Speculative fiction, alternative worlds, futuristic, supernatural, horror
Mar 14th, 2018, 4:50 pm
War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches by Kevin J. Anderson
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Overview: In the spirit of H.G. Wells's classic tale of Martian invasion comes this anthology of some of today's leading authors' own renditions of the Martian invasion as it might have been seen through the eyes of such notables as Jack London, H.P. Lovecraft, Teddy Roosevelt and Pablo Picasso.
Genre: Science Fiction

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Contents
•(H.G. Wells) Foreword
•(Teddy Roosevelt) The Roosevelt Dispatches, by Mike Resnick
•(Percival Lowell) Canals in the Sand, by Kevin J. Anderson
•(Dowager Empress of China) Foreign Devils, by Walter Jon Williams
•(Pablo Picasso) Blue Period, by Daniel Marcus
•(Henry James) The Martian Invasion Journals of Henry James, by Robert Silverberg
•(Winston Churchill and H. Rider Haggard) The True Tale of the Final Battle of Umslopagaas the Zulu, by Janet Berliner
•(Texas Rangers) Night of the Cooters, by Howard Waldrop
•(Albert Einstein) Determinism and the Martian war, with Relativistic Corrections, by Doug Beason
•(Rudyard Kipling) Soldier of the Queen, by Barbara Hambly
•(Edgar Rice Burroughs) Mars: The Home Front, by George Alec Effinger
•(Joseph Pulitzer) A Letter from St. Louis, by Allen Steele
•(Leo Tolstoy) Resurrection, by Mark W. Tiedemann
•(Jules Verne) Paris Conquers All, by Gregory Benford and David Brin
•(H.P. Lovecraft) To Mars and Providence, by Don Webb
•(Mark Twain) Roughing it During the Martian Invasion, by Daniel Keys Moran and Jodi Moran
•(Joseph Conrad) To See the World End, by M. Shayne Bell
•(Jack London) After a Lean Winter, by Dave Wolverton
•(Emily Dickinson) The Soul Selects Her Own Society: Invasion And Repulsion: A Chronological Reinterpretation Of Two of Emily Dickinson Poems: A Wellsian Perspective, by Connie Willis
•(Jules Verne) Afterword: Retrospective, by Gregory Benford and David Brin


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