Please celebrate with me!
The e-book comes out Sept 25. If you don’t like reading off the computer, wait a few months and it’ll be out in print!
Check out the details at Twilight Times Publications - and please pass the word to your friends!
The official blurb (subject to change):
Hey--is that religion in my science fiction or science fiction in my religion? The writers of the Catholic SF anthology Infinite Space, Infinite God (available at www.twilighttimesbooks.com) have so seamlessly combined the two that it's hard to tell.
Infinite Space, Infinite God is an anthology of fifteen stories about the future Catholic Church: its struggles to evangelize aliens and lost human colonies and to determine the soul-status for genetically modified humans, genetically-designed chimeras, and clones made from the Martian sand; the adventures of religious orders devoted to protecting interstellar travelers or inner-city priests; and how technical advances allow monks to live in solitude on the Moon and help one criminal learn the true meaning of Confession.
I have two stories in the collection:
Canticle of the Wolf, originally published in the now out-of-print PawPrints Fanzine, is a SF-oriented retelling of the legend of Saint Francis and the wolf of Gabbio.
Ken Pick and I share a byline on Mask of the Ferret, a complete story that is actually the first chapter of a massive futuristic epic entitled The Adventures of Jill Noir which takes place in the same universe of Ken's previously published stories in Yarf.