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Edward Bryant Sphere of Influence

Edward Bryant Sphere of Influence

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Edward Bryant influenced a generation of readers and writers. Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence includes stories by Connie Willis, Steve Rasnic Tem, Kevin J. Anderson, Gary Jonas, Lucy Taylor, Bruce Holland Rogers, and many more! Over the years Ed Bryant influenced many writers. In this collection, you’ll find stories of dinosaurs roaming the Earth, Zombies rampaging a small town in Colorado, a Norse god in a rock band, and a family road trip to view the solar eclipse in Montana when something strange becomes visible in the darkness. Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence contains twenty-four stories influenced by a master of science-fiction and horror. Editors Chuck Anderson and Jim LeMay are proud to find and work with so many talented writers who called Ed their friend and mentor. In this book you’ll discover the extraordinary influence of a master’s touch!

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A Fistful of Dinosaurs

A Fistful of Dinosaurs

From “Jurassic Park” to “Godzilla,” dinosaurs have a rich history of exploring the idea of the creatures of the past. We love dinosaurs because they are big, we love them when they are terrifying, and we love them because they are dangerous.

Think Like A Dinosaur by James Patrick Kelly
Dinosaurs by Walter Jon Williams
The Measure Of All Things by Richard Chwedyk
If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love by Rachel Swirsky
Ford T-Rex vs Dodge Triceratops by Charles Eugene Anderson
The Other Side of the Portal by Jamie Ferguson
Outside the Box by Wayne Faust
The Serpent of the Loch by Lou J Berger
Out of the Ashes by Kent W Johnson
Damn Dinosaurs by Denise E. Dora
Flawless by Mario Acevedo
13 Ways of Looking at a Dinosaur by Rebecca Hodgkins
Dinosaur by Bruce Holland Rogers
The Place Where Camels Fear to Go by Lucy Taylor
Creature by Carol Emshwiller
Just Like Old Times by Robert J. Sawyer
Dinosaur by Steve Rasnic Tem
Thinking About Dinosaurs by James Patrick Kelly

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