Dear Robot: An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction

Dear Robot An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction Dear Robot is an anthology of nineteen science fiction stories told in a variety of epistolary styles Letters scientific notes manuals and emails all tell different stories about the future From a

  • Title: Dear Robot: An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction
  • Author: Kelly Ann Jacobson Terri Bruce Michelle Vider Tara Campbell
  • ISBN: 9781517601966
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dear Robot: An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction

    Dear Robot is an anthology of nineteen science fiction stories told in a variety of epistolary styles Letters, scientific notes, manuals, and emails all tell different stories about the future From a behavioral contract for interstellar exchange students to a transmission from an astronaut in space, these sometimes humorous, sometimes heartbreaking stories all use theirDear Robot is an anthology of nineteen science fiction stories told in a variety of epistolary styles Letters, scientific notes, manuals, and emails all tell different stories about the future From a behavioral contract for interstellar exchange students to a transmission from an astronaut in space, these sometimes humorous, sometimes heartbreaking stories all use their structure to amplify their message especially when that message is that a band of deadly robots are chipping away at the door.

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      Published :2018-06-12T01:03:02+00:00

    One thought on “Dear Robot: An Anthology of Epistolary Science Fiction

    1. Jacquelyn

      As a contributor I may be (definitely am) biased, but this is a great little collection! Highlights for me were DRINK, KILL, CONTRACT by Michelle Vider, SELECTIONS FROM THE INTRAGALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HABITABLE PLANETS by Kate Lechler, and WELCOME TO OASIS by Terri Bruce.

    2. Terri

      I really enjoyed this collection - very different from any other anthology I've read. All the stories were good, but my three favorites were:Christina Keller's #IAmHuman was the stand out story for me - a very thought-provoking story about people manipulating their DNA to contain all known DNA markers (in effect, making everyone genetically the same). I loved it!Rafael S.W.'s "God Article" snuck up on me - it's good on the first read through, when you don't really understand what it's about/what [...]

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