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Home World

by Simon Kewin

The unfolding mystery

Three warring worlds attempt to resolve their differences over a disputed planet, but the peace talks upon the central Nexus world of Coronade are thrown into chaos when one of the delegates...


Master of the Revels

by Nicole Galland

In this brilliant sequel to The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.—an enthralling, history-bending adventure traversing time and space, fact and fiction, magic and science co-written with #1 New York Times bestselling...


Happy Castaways: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by S. H. Marpel & Various

Castaway!

A word that has meant dire warning and inevitable doom through sea faring tales - and now space-faring ones.

Or does it?

Golden Age Space Opera has traditionally ended up with happy endings - or at least,...


Throuples: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by S. H. Marpel & Various

If two are better than one, then three are...

Love triangles are nothing knew to this planet. Classic space opera tails take this subject up more than once. And in places off-world you can only imagine.

So many...


Plandemic: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by S. H. Marpel & Various

On this world and many others, plague outbreaks always involve the government...

After all, they are the ones who are supposed to be protecting us - not just profiting over logistics. In outer space, it's harder...


In the Year 2889

by Jules Verne

In the Year 2889 is an 1889 short story published under the name of Jules Verne, but now believed to be mainly the work of his son Michel Verne, based on his father's ideas. The first publication was in English...


Beautiful Things: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by R. L. Saunders & Various

Drugs can make a mess of things.

And few people know this better than the offspring of the rich and powerful. Or those who have bought or stolen their way into power.

Throughout our long history of fiction (and...


A Princess of Mars

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

A Princess of Mars is one of the greatest science fiction/fantasy stories of all time. Penned by Edgar Rice Burrough, it tells the story of American Civil War veteran, John Carter. After prospecting in the deserts...


Damon Knight: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Damon Knight & S. H. Marpel

Damon Francis Knight (September 19, 1922 – April 15, 2002) was an American science fiction author, editor and critic. He is the author of "To Serve Man", a 1950 short story adapted for The Twilight Zone. He...


Robert Abernathy: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by S. H. Marpel & Robert Abernathy

Robert Abernathy (1924–1990) was an American science fiction author during the 1940s and 1950s. He was known primarily for his short stories which were published in many of the pulp magazines that flourished...


Fredric Brown: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Mack Reynolds, Fredric Brown & S. H. Marpel

Fredric Brown (October 29, 1906 – March 11, 1972) was an American science fiction and mystery writer. He is known for his use of humor and for his mastery of the "short short" form—stories of 1 to 3 pages,...


Raiders of the Universes

by Donald A. Wandrei & Planet 313

Childlike, the great astronomer Phobar stands before the metallic invaders of the ravished solar system.


When Thieves Rule: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Various & R. L. Saunders

Thieves often wind up in charge.

Whether they wear a suit and tie, or a hoodie, it doesn't matter much. The result is the same.

Someone loses something valuable, even though it was supposed to be in a "safe place"....


When Frauds Rule: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Various & R. L. Saunders

Frauds are just about everywhere these days.

And some of them are in powerful positions. Sad, but true. No matter what they did or didn't do to get into that position. Frauds are frauds, lets face it.

These stories...


Loot of the Void

by Edwin K. Sloat & Planet 313

Into the Trap-Door City of great spiders goes Penrun after the hidden plunder of the space-pirate Halkon.


Politics As Usual: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Various & R. L. Saunders

In outer space, remote planets - politicians are, well, politicians.

That means you can trust them as far as you can throw them. And there's the great Mark Twain quote, "Politicians and baby diapers should be...


Hail to the Grift: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Various & R. L. Saunders

Grifters - or those who make personal income off notorious schemes - often wind up in charge of things.

So it's no wonder that there are stories written about the Art of the Grift throughout space opera.

(Heck,...


Criminal In Chief: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by Various & R. L. Saunders

If you haven't noticed, criminals like to run things their way. Mostly into the ground.

Some even become politicians (even though we all know that government only does one thing well - screw up everything they...


When Deplorables Revolt, Volume 2: Golden Age Space Opera Tales

by R. L. Saunders & Various

Revolts, Revolutions, and Riots are messy things.

Especially when they happen on another planet or out in space.

But that's what you get when you tick enough people off by stealing elections and when the courts...


Disowned

by Victor Endersby & Planet 313

The tragic misadventure of a man to whom the sky became an appalling abyss, drawing him ever upward.