Unknown events bring together four women from four alternate timelines; the results are startling, outrageous, radical, and subversive.
A group of Antarctic explorers unearths a golden sphere deep under the ice, housing two humans who had been cryogenically frozen before pre-history.
Will Barrent finds himself shipped to a prison planet with a byzantine social structure promoting the worship of evil, and the use of murder and drugs as tools to gain status and prestige.
“Reality is a dream. George Orr is the dreamer. George’s dreams change the world. In the hands of a power-mad psychiatrist George is forced to dream… forever seeking utopia…”
For the first time in billions of years, a new human is born. More importantly, he’s the first person in billions of years with the driving curiosity to leave his utopian city.
A 1980s-era man is deposited in a future so advanced and decadent that its inhabitants have nothing better to do than reconstruct (with some accuracy) ancient cities to hold their social events.
Three short novels of space, in the fine tradition of ’50s pulp. Stories of Earth lost and found, of Earth decadent and pacified, of space battles and time travel and intrigue.
Hawksbill Station, the prison at the end of time: a gulag in the Precambrian era for political extremists and protesters. A captivating story laden with concepts that demand introspection.
A heavily philosophical utopian SF novel with a distinct underlying theme: if someone/something is gullible or naive, it’s one of the only likable characters in the book. A fatalistic experiment that is largely hit-or-miss, though one riddled with complexity and creativity.