My post-apocalyptic short story Goodnight Earth is out today in Lightspeed Magazine. You can read it for free here: http://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/goodnight-earth/
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It’s May 1st, which means the third and final volume of The Apocalypse Triptych is out today!
It includes my story Goodnight Earth, which takes place a considerable time after the events in Goodnight Moon and Goodnight Stars.
Not just me though! This volume has stories by Elizabeth Bear, Seanan McGuire, Ken Liu, Hugh Howey, and many other kickass authors. Totally worth picking up.
My story will also be reprinted in Lightspeed Magazine this month, and available online on May 12th.
I have a story in a totally awesome anthology edited by J.J. Adams and Hugh Howey. This is the first of a triptych of post-apocalypse anthologies.
My story was singled out in a recent review of the anthology on Wired.com, here’s an excerpt:
“Some stories hit with more force than others. “Goodnight Moon,” by Annie Bellet — a relatively quiet story about a group of astronauts saying their goodbyes and awaiting the end from their base on the moon — is both my favorite of the anthology and the one that wrecked me most thoroughly.”
This anthology is chock full of amazing stories by award-winning and bestselling writers. Here’s the table of contents:
Introduction by John Joseph Adams | “The Balm and the Wound” by Robin Wasserman | “Heaven is a Place on Planet X” by Desirina Boskovich | “Break! Break! Break!” by Charlie Jane Anders | “The Gods Will Not Be Chained” by Ken Liu | “Wedding Day” by Jake Kerr | “Removal Order” by Tananarive Due | “System Reset” by Tobias S. Buckell | “This Unkempt World is Falling to Pieces” by Jamie Ford | “BRING HER TO ME” by Ben H. Winters | “In the Air” by Hugh Howey | “Goodnight Moon” by Annie Bellet | “Dancing with Death in the Land of Nod” by Will McIntosh | “Houses Without Air” by Megan Arkenberg | “The Fifth Day of Deer Camp” by Scott Sigler | “Enjoy the Moment” by Jack McDevitt | “Pretty Soon the Four Horsemen are Going to Come Riding Through” by Nancy Kress | “Spores” by Seanan McGuire | “She’s Got a Ticket to Ride” by Jonathan Maberry | “Agent Unknown” by David Wellington | “Enlightenment” by Matthew Mather | “Shooting the Apocalypse” by Paolo Bacigalupi | “Love Perverts” by Sarah Langan.
If you love great SF, and especially stories about the end of the world, pick this up. Thanks!