Obsolescence: A Dark Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Anthology
Alan Lastufka (Author) Kristina Horner (Author)
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27 Brand-New Tales of Technological Terror!
All leaps in technology are scary. Mysterious. Misunderstood. Until they slowly creep into our daily lives and become impossible to get rid of, like an evolving parasite.
The unique camera lens that exposes hidden monsters. The blue-collar robot that would do anything to not become obsolete. The app that knows your needs better than you know them yourself.
In OBSOLESCENCE, technology gets repurposed, subverted, and redefined.
Featuring a special foreword by Naomi Grossman, star of American Horror Story.
With new stories from. . .
- Kealan Patrick Burke
- Adam Cesare
- Clay McLeod Chapman
- Johnny Compton
- Rob Hart
- Laurel Hightower
- Gabino Iglecias
- Ai Jiang
- Eric LaRocca
- Christi Nogle
- Hailey Piper
- Sara Tantlinger
- . . .and more!
May 16, 2023
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.94 inches | 1.54 pounds
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About the Author
ALAN LASTUFKA lives in Oregon. He writes horror, supernatural, and magical realism stories. His short fiction has been praised by Writer's Digest. The screenplay adaptation of his story, "The Fort," was an Official Selection at numerous film festivals. When he's not writing, Alan enjoys walking through Oregon's beautiful woods with his partner, Kristen.
Kristina Horner is best known as an internet personality and fifteen-time winner of National Novel Writing Month. You'd never know it, though, as she keeps every novel she's ever written hidden deep, deep within the depths of her hard drive. Instead of publishing novels, she runs a podcast about writing and has written for a number of tabletop RPGs, including Vampire: The Masquerade. Kristina lives and works out of her home in Seattle, Washington, where she enjoys a quieter life these days alongside her husband and young son. When she's not writing, she can be found playing board games, reading entirely too many books, and working on Minecraft at Microsoft. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @KristinaHorner.