LASALLE, Ontario, Aug. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — One might not anticipate gaining greater insight into the concept of humanity from a science fiction anthology, but that’s exactly what readers of Therefore I Am – Digital Science Fiction Anthology 2 (ASIN B005BSYWVO, Digital Science Fiction, http://digitalsciencefiction.com) can expect from the new collection of ten original science fiction short stories.
With new works by Tomas L. Martin, Shawn Howard, Bruce Golden, James C. Bassett, Tab Earley, Dustin Monk, Martin L. Shoemaker, David Steffen, Tom Barlow, and Annie Bellet, Therefore I Am – Digital Science Fiction Anthology 2 explores what it means to be human, to live a fully human life, though stories aren’t always written from a human point of view. It’s a theme, said Digital Science Fiction President Michael Wills, that developed organically from the authors’ submissions.
“Therefore I Am features excellent character studies of uniquely human emotions and traits as well as stories that give us an outsider’s view of human consciousness and behavior,” Wills explained. “Through the authors’ rich tales and complex characters, this edition chronicles the concept of humanity as it evolves into the future.”
Therefore I Am, edited by Christine Clukey, is the follow-up to the company’s debut anthology, First Contact – Digital Science Fiction Anthology 1, published in June 2011. Digital Science Fiction publishes a quarterly anthology of ten new science fiction short stories from established authors. Available in Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader and other popular e-book formats as well as in print, the anthologies appeal to sophisticated readers with a taste for original science fiction.
At just over 56,000 words, or about 190 6×9 perfect-bound pages, Therefore I Am – Digital Science Fiction Anthology 2 is available for $3.99 in e-book format at Digital Science Fiction, Amazon,
or Smashwords™. The print version is available for $11.99 or less at Amazon. Learn more at http://digitalsciencefiction.com.
SOURCE Digital Science Fiction