A Butterfly in China: Stories of the Butterfly Effect is an anthology of stories about when best intentions only make things worse (or vice versa), when the smallest action can cause massive catastrophe. This is a speculative fiction anthology - horror, sci-fi, fantasy and so on. Time travel is popular for this concept, and that's fine, but I'm keen to see stories that go in other directions too.
Post by Sean Monaghan on May 31, 2011 23:15:37 GMT -5
TOC so far
Slowly I Turned... by Ken Goldman Origins by Voicu Mihnea Simandan A Meteorite Struck Lance Last Week by Dave Fragments When The Space Blob Stopped By by Jason Barney Self-Engineered Downfall by Jake Johnson A Day in the Life of Stacy Jones by Danica Green Light by Len Stone 4am, Tremont Sapphire by Len Stone Black Feather, Black Castle by Sidney K Lerner The Battle by Matthew Wilson The Campeche Aquarium by Dave Fragments From Above by Jason Barney
Post by dave fragments on Jun 1, 2011 0:04:49 GMT -5
Thanks for accepting the story. However, just because I'm awkwardly anal-retentive and obsessive compulsive, It is "A Meteor Struck Lance Last Week" and not "Last Night" as you put in the postings. It's not you so much as it is me. Once upon a time in my real life an editor (my @#$#$ boss! curse him!) misspelled my last name in a rather prestigious publication. I'm really paranoid about it now. Sorry to be a pain in the buttocks...
Post by Chris Bartholomew on Jun 1, 2011 9:46:58 GMT -5
I was named Christopher in a book once. AND, I actually printed one of our authors name wrong and I hated it that it got to print. It's always good to mention because mistakes to happen. I fixed the title in that post.
Post by dave fragments on Jun 1, 2011 16:32:55 GMT -5
Thanks very much, My Mom tells a story that when she worked at a fundraiser that all of you (no matter the country) would know, sent a fundraising letter to a judge and misspelled his name. He teased her for a few years about it too. When it's a judge, you worry.