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Burning Brightly: 50 Years of Novacon
Burning Brightly: 50 Years of Novacon is an anthology of rare reprints and original fiction from some of the biggest names in British Science Fiction. It includes “The Spheres” by Iain M. Banks, a story that has never been collected or reprinted since it first appeared in 2010 Novacon souvenir booklet, alongside similar rarities by Stephen Baxter, Peter F. Hamilton, Justina Robson, Paul McAuley, Jaine Fenn, Geoff Ryman, Juliet E. McKenna and Anne Nicholls. Also featured are original stories by Adrian Tchaikovsky, Ian R. MacLeod, Eric Brown, Kari Sperring, and Martin Sketchley. One of the longest running science fiction conventions in the world, Novacon is an established feature of the UK genre scene, with an illustrious list of guests stretching back over 50 years. To commemorate the event’s 50th anniversary, members of the convention committee have selected their favourite stories from those that have kindly been written by guests for the convention over the years. Those stories are presented here along with five new stories written for the book by other former guests and attendees. Table of Contents: Burning Brightly: Introduction by Rog Peyton Chiron – Stephen Baxter The Spheres – Iain M. Banks Acts of Defiance – Eric Brown Heatwave – Anne Nicholls Alien TV – Paul McAuley Canary Girls – Kari Sperring Softlight Sins – Peter F. Hamilton Erie Lackawana Song – Justina Robson Through the Veil – Juliet E. McKenna The Coming of Enkidu – Geoff Ryman Red Sky in the Morning – Adrian Tchaikovsky The God of Nothing – Ian R. MacLeod The Ships of Aleph – Jaine Fenn Bloodbirds – Martin Sketchley About the Authors Avialble as a mobi, epub or pdf file.
Science Fiction, Fiction and Literature
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November 2021
Starts: 2021-11-01
Ended: 2021-11-29
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