I said you were destroying history

10 June 2018

For those of you who are Goodreads fans, we now have pages for each of the anthologies: Broad Knowledge and Sharp & Sugar Tooth. Go add us to your shelf!

Also! The fabulous Martha Wells, author of the Ile-Rien series, the Raksura series, The Edge of Worlds, The Harbors of the Sun, and The Murderbot Diaries, posted about us on her blog, the International Examiner mentioned us in a long round-up of arts news, and Christina Dalcher, whose Vox is coming out in August, mentions to Publishers Weekly how Women Up To No Good inspired her book.

Today we’ll feature our other two time travel stories, both from Broad Knowledge: A. T. Greenblatt’s “Five Meters Ahead, Two Centuries Away” and Joanna Michal Hoyt’s “Taking It Back” (from which our title comes):

Go to Kickstarter to pre-order now!

 

About the Authors

A. T. Greenblatt is a mechanical engineer by day and a writer by night. She lives in Philadelphia where she’s well acquainted with all four seasons and is known to frequently subject her friends to various cooking and home brewing experiments. She is a graduate of Viable Paradise XVI and her work is forthcoming or has appeared in Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Mothership Zeta, as well as other online journals. You can find her online at atgreenblatt.com and on Twitter at @AtGreenblatt.

Joanna Michal Hoyt lives with her family on a Catholic Worker farm in upstate NY where she spends her days tending goats, gardens and guests and her evenings reading and writing odd stories. Her fiction has appeared in publications including Crossed Genres, Daily Science Fiction, and Mysterion.

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Here is more a question of when than where. “You should go to the doctor,” she chirped at him, buoyed by the absolute certainty that he would not listen to her.


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