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(Robot and Cover Design by Mike McPhail, McP Digital Graphics)Among the Wild Cybers: Tales Beyond the Superhuman

When the line between life and technology blurs, humanity must adjust its understanding of the universe. From bestselling author Christopher L. Bennett comes Among the Wild Cybers, eight tales portraying a future of challenge and conflict, but also of hope born from the courage and idealism of those heroes willing to stand up for what is right.

Includes the brand-new tale, Aspiring to Be Angels, prequel to the novel Only Superhuman.

 

Available in trade paperback and e-book from:

Hub Space: Tales from the Greater GalaxyHub Space: Tales from the Greater Galaxy

A collection of the first trilogy of Hub novelettes from Analog Science Fiction and Fact, newly revised and expanded with exclusive bonus material! Published by Mystique Press.

Now in trade paperback! Available from:

Crossroad Press

Amazon

And as an e-book from:

Barnes & Noble

Amazon

Smashwords

iTunes

Kobo

Still Available

Only Superhuman MMPB coverOnly Superhuman

Trade Paperback:
Buy from Barnes & Noble
Buy from Amazon
Buy from Books-A-Million

E-book:
Buy from Barnes & Noble
Buy from Amazon
Buy from iTunes

Hardcover/Mass-market Paperback:
Out of print. Check used-book dealers.

Audiobook:

Buy from GraphicAudio (digital download)
Buy from Amazon (used CD)

Short Fiction

“Abductive Reasoning”: Published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, September/October 2017

“Twilight’s Captives”: Published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January/February 2017

“Murder on the Cislunar Railroad”: Published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, June 2016

“The Caress of a Butterfly’s Wing”: Published in Buzzy Mag, November 13, 2014

“No Dominion”: Published in DayBreak Magazine, June 13, 2010

“The Weight of Silence”: Published in Alternative Coordinates, Spring 2010

“Among the Wild Cybers of Cybele”: Published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, December 2000

“Aggravated Vehicular Genocide”: Published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, November 1998

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