Extinct Doesn't Mean Forever

Extinct Doesn t Mean Forever Echoes of yesterday touch the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary ways in provocative stories by some of the best up and coming authors of mainstream and speculative fiction around the world
  • Title: Extinct Doesn't Mean Forever
  • Author: Phoenix Sullivan David North-Martino Chrystalla Thoma
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  • Page: 368
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  • Extinct Doesn't Mean Forever
    Echoes of yesterday touch the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary ways in 18 provocative stories by some of the best up and coming authors of mainstream and speculative fiction around the world.1 Jase was her ghost in the machine, a shaded memory captured in synthesized pixels Near enough to see, too distant to touch Could they still connect LAST SEEN by AmandaEchoes of yesterday touch the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary ways in 18 provocative stories by some of the best up and coming authors of mainstream and speculative fiction around the world.1 Jase was her ghost in the machine, a shaded memory captured in synthesized pixels Near enough to see, too distant to touch Could they still connect LAST SEEN by Amanda le Bas de Plumetot2 She didn t realize how deep her loss ran, until a saber tooth cat helped heal the past and point her toward a future she didn t know she needed PAST SURVIVORS by Sarah Adams3 Vesna discovers from an unexpected source just how old the dance of love truly is FOOTPRINTS ON THE BEACH by Aleksandar Ziljak4 John doted on the French touring car he d lovingly restored Can his dead wife teach him other things are worthy of his love too THE RESTORATION MAN by Simon John Cox5 When a single mum returns home to Tasmania with her young son, her efforts to settle back in take a strange twist A DARK FOREST by Jen White6 Keeping a baby dinosaur secret from prying TV people and scientists is no easy task, except when your family have been keeping sacred traditions secret for generations MY OWN SECRET DINOSAUR by Jo Antareau7 When a Neanderthal skeleton arrives at her museum, Cassie learns a woman dead for thousands of years still has something to teach the living THE LANGUAGE OF ICE by David North Martino8 With human hunters closing in, Kerg concocts a desperate plan for survival Just one problem he isn t the only one looking out for family TWILIGHT OF THE CLAW by Adam Dunsby9 Lucia doesn t believe in angels but she might believe in a little boy cloned from a forgotten race THE ANGEL GENOME by Chrystalla Thoma10 Geri s father finds the remains of an alien culture, proof we re not alone But he leaves Geri feeling alone than ever IN RING by Scott Thomas Smith11 Had it been left to protocols rather than human ingenuity, Commander West s expedition might have overlooked one of Mars greatest treasures BONES OF MARS by D Jason Cooper12 Endless Power, Inc prepared Angel for the physical dangers of harnessing a new energy source But no one prepared him for how to cope afterward HUNTING THE MANTIS by Adam Knight13 Bridges of meaning built through symbols alienate as much as connect But the Virtual Bridge Sri plans could reconnect the lost hopes of a dying civilization CONNECT by Kenneth Burstall14 Fleeing with the last remnants of the Oshen race, Indigo has only one chance to ensure his people are never forgotten INDIGO S GAMBIT by Adam Israel15 When his pampered world loses the technology it depends on, extinction looms faster than lonely survivor Levo could ever expect BLOOD FRUIT by Shona Snowden16 When a new bio weapon in the wars on drugs and terror gets out of control, can the supplier really be held responsible A THORNY DILEMMA by Rory Steves17 Capturing mammoths was all in a day s work for Deke The saber tooth cat, though, was going to require something bigger than an elephant gun INVOICE H10901 3 WOOLY MAMMOTHS by Robert J Sullivan18 After George makes a momentous discovery, the distractions start piling up His wife cooks up a surprise to remind him love is always worth sacrificing for DISTRACTIONS by Peter Dudley Show Less
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  • Phoenix Sullivan David North-Martino Chrystalla Thoma

    Over the years, Phoenix Sullivan s short stories have been published under her real name in various pro anthologies and magazines Marion Zimmer Bradley was her first editor In the corporate world, Phoenix was a professional writer and editor for 23 years Before that, she was a registered veterinary technician, working with small animal clinics and wildlife rehab centers.Retired now and still in her early 50s Phoenix blogs at phoenixsullivan, a site to help writers hone their queries and synopses, and a place to show off the beasties on her small farm in North Texas.

  • 115 Comments

  • So, of course I love this anthology, but please remember that, as the editor, these stories were submitted to me I didn t write them Like any reader, I have to be captivated by a story to want to include it in a collection especially one with my name on it What I love most about Extinct is that it s such an eclectic mix mainstream, speculative and humorous stories all rubbing shoulders together in a very seamless, very dynamic way that showcases the theme The feeling of loss that pulsates throug [...]


  • I am somewhat biased since my story The Language of Ice is included in this anthology But I have to say, the stories are beautifully written and well edited I am very proud to have my story included with such a great group of up and coming mainstream and speculative fiction writers If you enjoy speculative fiction, I know you won t be disappointed.


  • Excellent series of short stories, superb writing and editing If you like contemporary or speculative fiction, you ll enjoy this, and it s well worth the 2.99 at Highly recommended All the stories are top notch.


  • There were some really good stories in this collection but there was some very bad and too long ones too Overall I liked the book.



  • Stories that keep you readingThese stories are all about extinction, of one sort or another Most are very good, though a couple weren t enjoyable for me Others might find them to be excellent.There are stories of other worlds, other places, other species There s even a story featuring kudzu, the vine that ate Georgia And most of the other southern states as well.Results some very well written, interesting, and thought provoking stories here I d recommend to anyone who enjoys science fiction.




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