Surviving Tomorrow anthology

Thanks to Cory Doctorow’s Pluralistic blog I stumbled upon the Surviving Tomorrow anthology edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt who previously also edited Andy Weir’s “The Martian”.

This anthology is a collection of 29 stories about people surviving extra-ordinary situations, contributed for authors like Cory Doctorow and Neil Gaiman. That being said, I don’t know most of the authors on the contributors page but, historically, anthologies have been great for getting to know folks I haven’t read anything from before!

All profits from Surviving Tomorrow go to providing COVID-19 tests directly to the front lines of this crisis, or your portion can be earmarked for one of the charities you can select on the checkout page. — About page

According to the description, also all authors have allowed their contributions to be published without remuneration.

The book is available in multiple editions ranging in price from $5 for the eBook to $109 for the hard cover with metal clasp (!). The eBook is supposed to be released on 1 July, just in time for me to finish up with “Wanderers” 😅

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