Theodore Sturgeon, Kim Newman, Greg Egan and Adrian Tchaikovsky amongst others present 17 temporal paradoxes.
Intrepid chrononauts Ann and Jeff VanderMeer have scoured time itself to bring you this instalment (the third of four) from their über-guide to exploring the fourth dimension, THE TIME TRAVELLER'S ALMANAC. Be warned: reality will be warped, wormholes opened, paradoxes woven and parallel universes breached.
At least you won't have to worry about what to wear – within these pages you'll also find Genevieve Valentine's fashion tips for time travellers.
Head of Zeus * Science Fiction
01 May 2014 * 250pp * £1.99 * 9781781857359
'Playful, richly imaginative and vast... a fabulous collection.'
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'This kind of SF has an irresistible, eternal appeal.'
Ann VanderMeer is the founder of Buzcitty Press and the winner of a Hugo Award, a British Fantasy Award and the International Rhysling Award. She was the fiction editor for Weird Tales for five years and now serves as an acquiring editor for Tor.com and editor for XPrize anthologies. She lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with her husband Jeff, their internet-famous cat Neo, and a yard full of native plants.
Dubbed 'The King of Weird', Jeff VanderMeer is a Nebula Award winner and a three-time World Fantasy Award winner. His work has been translated into over 35 languages and several of his novels have been selected for TV and film adaptations. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife Ann, their internet-famous cat Neo, and a yard full of native plants.