A regular contributor to both Asimov’s and Analog, and with stories in many other prestigious magazines and venues, Ian Creasey is one of genre fiction’s most accomplished short story writers. This collection features some of his finest work to date.
From the chilling implications of cloning to the potential of alternative realities, from alien life encountered in unexpected ways to the pitfalls of relying too heavily on technology, these stories explore what may lie ahead for all of us.
“You have to admire his effortless mastery. A series of flawless miniatures.” – Tony Ballantyne
“The Language of Flowers is a simple yet powerful story that combines real world elements with a dash of science fiction in a positively delightful way.” – Tangent Online
“Subtle and satisfying.” – Best SF of 'Erosion'
“A nice little gem from Mr. Creasey.” – SFRevu of 'Erosion'
After the Atrocity
No Strangers Any More
The Language of Flowers
An Exercise in Motivation
My Time on Earth
“I Was Nearly Your Mother”
Memories of the Knacker’s Yard
The Dunschemin Retirement Home for
The Shapes of Wrath
And Then They Were Gone
About the Author
Available as an A5 paperback and a numbered hardback edition, signed by the author and limited to just 50 copies.