Wednesday, April 13, 2016

''Cli-Fi'' Compilation ANTHOLOGY of short stories from Sunbury Press in Pennsylvania

''Cli-Fi'' Compilation of short stories, 2016 pub date: SOON from

JOE HARVEY, one of the selected authors, tells this blog today: ''Right now I’m working on a short story for an anthology that Sunbury Press is putting together for a compilation of stories on Climate Change for the “Cli-Fi” genre.  The story I wrote and submitted (and it was accepted!) is called Twilight of the Gods.  It takes place about 100 years into the future when the world is really dealing with the effects of climate change.''

ANTHOLOGY from Sunbury Press in Pennsylvania:

Sid GustafsonIn the Dry4098Sid Gustafson is a novelist and veterinarian. He is the equine behaviour educator at the University of Guelph. In addition to teaching, he practices veterinary medicine in Montana. Sid writes for the New York Times, represents the health and welfare of racehorses across America, and is the author of HORSES THEY RODE, High Plains Novel of the Year in 2007. His most recent non-fiction is Horse Behaviour, The Nature of Horses. PRISONERS OF FLIGHT was Sid’s debut novel published in 2003.
Corle LaSalleThe Sun2069C. Inferno is from upstate New York. She loves to travel and often stays in "haunted" locations for inspiration. Her writing includes poems, short stories, and novels. She writes primarily horror, sci-fi, and mystery.
Thomas MalafarinaShady Rest3700Thomas M. Malafarina ( is a horror fiction writer from Berks County, PA. He has published five novels, “99 Souls”, “Burn Phone” “Eye Contact”, “Fallen Stones” and most recently, “Dead Kill Book 1: The Ridge Of Death”. His next novel, “Dead Kill Book 2: The Ridge Of Change” is about to be released. He had published short story collections called “13 Nasty Endings”, "Ghost Shadows" "Undead Living" and “Malaformed Realities Volume One". All of his books are published through Sunbury Press of Mechanicsburg, PA. ( He has also published a collection of single-panel cartoons called “Yes I Smelled It Too: Cartoons For The Slightly Off-Center” through Sunbury. Thomas has written more than one hundred short stories, which have been featured in numerous anthologies as well as on internet audio podcasts.Sunbury Press Author
Dennis HerrickA Second Chance at Indian Lands3660Dennis Herrick is the author of the historical novel Winter of the Metal People. That novel adds for the first time the Pueblo side of the story about the Coronado Expedition of 1540 and America's first named Indian war. His writings about the Pueblo tribes won the 2004 Tony Hillerman Short Story Mystery Contest and the 2010 Society of Southwestern Writers Contest. His article "The Indian Who Defied Coronado" was published under a different title in Native People's magazine, and he also has been published in Cowboys & Indians magazine.Sunbury Press Author
Catherine JordanCloud Eleven5979Catherine Jordan is the author of the horror novels, Seeking Samiel, and The Bookseller’s Secret. She edits and writes in different genres. Ms. Jordan has been featured in a variety of anthologies and on-line publications, and is a contributor to The Burg magazine. Catherine has been a judge for the Bram Stoker Award and for the ITW Young Adult Award. She also facilitates writing courses and critique groups. Catherine lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and five children.Sunbury Press Author
Fred LauverOlympus5928Co-author, The Pennsylvania Trail of History Cookbook (Stackpole). Lead editor, ghost writer (once for Governor Ridge), and contributing writer for numerous books published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). Served more than ten years as assistant editor and feature writer for the award-winning Pennsylvania Heritage magazine. Wrote “Pink Roses,” a short story for Miraculous Encounters, by author and psychic Michele Livingston. Veteran of the U.S. Air Force and holds a B.A. degree in journalism from Penn State University. Experienced professional stage and film actor, talent manager, and P.R. consultant. Avid fan of science fiction books and films.
Clarke OwensSurvivors2304Clarke Owens is the author of "600ppm: A Novel of Climate Change" published by Cosmic Egg Books in 2015. His creative writing has appeared in literary journals for many years. He lives in rural Ohio.
Sergio PalumboThe Ice Germs3338-‘Sergio is an Italian public servant who graduated from Law School working in the public real estate branch. He has published a Fantasy RolePlaying illustrated Manual, WarBlades, of more than 700 pages. Some of his works and short- stories have been published on ... (long list)
Nancy WilliamsWasteland, USA4325Nancy Williams is the author of four novels. Three are an Historical Fiction trilogy: Hawkmoon, Grace, and Blood Truth. Her fourth novel, Rabid Philanderers, Inc., was published by Sunbury Press in January, 2016. She is a graduate of Allegheny College in Meadville, PA.Sunbury Press Author
Richard FriedmanThe Message5847Richard Friedman lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Richard's first novel, "Escape From Canamith" is an cli-fi thriller crafted from his admiration of great science fiction writers and concern for the continuing abuse of our environment. His second climate fiction novel, "The Two Worlds of Billy Callahan", will be released this spring.
Joseph HarveyTwilight of the Gods5997Joe Harvey is a teacher and author of the recently published young adult fiction historical novel From Blue Ground.Sunbury Press Author
Kasey KobzowiczProof or Die5994With a BS in Biology and a Secondary Teaching Certification from Messiah College, K.C. Trae Becker taught science in various locales for over 30 years. She attends writing workshops, writing conferences and critique groups. K.C. wrote and directed Peter Pan, a Novel Adaptation, from Peter Pan, by J.M. Barrie, performed by Friends Home School Theater Group in Harrisburg, PA in 2013.
Edward RubinHeat and Darkness6717Edward L. Rubin is University Professor of Law and Political Science at Vanderbilt University. He taught previously at Berkeley and the University of Pennsylvania Law Schools, and served as Dean at Vanderbilt. He is the author of numerous books and articles, most recently Soul, Self, and Society: The New Morality and the Modern State (Oxford, 2016). He has also published a cli-fi novel, The Heatstroke Line, with Sunbury Press. It depicts the fate of the United States if global warming continues unabated.Sunbury Press Author
Katie MerkelDamaged Angel5678Katie Merkel has loved books and stories for as long as she can remember. Some of her favorite childhood memories are of her parents reading to her. Katie is a certified K-12 Spanish teacher in the state of Pennsylvania and has experience teaching children ages six months through eighteen years old. She is currently working on getting her Master’s Degree in Literacy Education from Penn State University while working as an assistant children’s librarian and a preschool substitute teacher. She lives in Central Pennsylvania and still enjoys reading, either by herself or with children.
Wade FowlerKeeper of the Lost Arts3378
Sunbury Press Author

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