MICHIO KAKU OMGWTFBBQ SQUEEEEEEE

…Sorry. Random fangirl-mode attack, couldn’t help myself. Because today I got my contributor copies of Riffing on Strings, the anthology of fiction, poetry, and essays inspired by string theory, from Scriblerus Press. It’s a beautiful trade-paperback volume, packed and hefty at 250+ pages, nicely typeset, with lovely illustrations. My story “Too Many Yesterdays, Not Enough Tomorrows” is reprinted therein, along with a number of other great pieces, including an essay by MICHIO KAKU OMG OMG O–

::whacks self, sighs:: Sorry. There’s other good stuff in the volume — my favorite is a psychedelic Greek-mythology-based short story called “Arachne”, by Elissa Malcohn, first printed in Aboriginal Science Fiction way back in 1988 — but you can see what has me all squeally.

Go buy eeeet. Free sample to read there, along with a full list of contributors. And if you like it, do us a favor and either a) write an Amazon review, b) pass along the plug, or c) both of the above.

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