The “Astronomical Odds” Spring 2014 anthology from Third Flatiron Publishing is out!
A synopsis provided by the Juliana Rew, the editor at Third Flatiron:
Third Flatiron Anthologies presents “Astronomical Odds,” a fresh selection of short SF/Fantasy/Horror/Humor stories with a mathematical twist. New and established speculative fiction authors include Ken Altabef, Michelle Ann King, Edoardo Albert, John A. McColley, Jennifer R. Povey, James Aquilone, Martin Clark, Iain Ishbel, Garry McNulty, Nick Slosser, Benjamin T. Smith, Susan Nance Carhart, and Adele Gardner. Edited by Juliana Rew.
What are the chances of getting away with murder? Or of getting back that letter the Post Office lost?
Stranded in space and time? Odds of survival may be tiny, but you may luck out and find a friendly planet–or maybe not.
Stuck in a dead end life? Having a “perfect” baby or spouse is usually a crapshoot, but maybe an adjustment can be made–for a price.
I’m looking forward to reading the other great stories in there. If you’ve read it and have a comment on the other stories or my own (“Lost in the Mail”), please leave a comment! I would love to hear what you have to say.