Nolan, Booth, Brock take three spots in QUALIA NOUS

"Cataldo's Copy" to feature in QUALIA NOUS.

“Cataldo’s Copy” to feature in QUALIA NOUS.

Editor Michael Bailey has accepted three more stories for the upcoming sci-fi/horror anthology, QUALIA NOUS: William F. Nolan‘s “A New Man”, Max Booth III‘s “The Neighborhood Has a Barbecue”, and Jason V. Brock‘s novelette, “Simulacrum”.

Nolan, who co-authored LOGAN’S RUN with George Clayton Johnson as part of a long and prolific career, was named an Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America in 2006 and given a lifetime achievement award from the Horror Writers Association in 2010. Last month, Nolan won a Bram Stoker Award® for his non-fiction collection NOLAN ON BRADBURY.

Booth is the author of two novels: TOXICITY (April 2014) and THE MIND IS A RAZORBLADE (September 2014). He has also written two story collections: THEY MIGHT BE DEMONS and TRUE STORIES TOLD BY A LIAR (now out of print). He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing.

Brock is an award-winning documentarian of CHARLES BEAUMONT: THE SHORT LIFE OF THE TWILIGHT ZONE’S MAGIC MAN and THE ACKERMAN CHRONICLES! and the author of the novella, MILTON’S CHILDREN. His upcoming non-fiction book, DISORDERS OF MAGNITUDE is due August 1st from Rowman & Littlefield.

Here is the working table of contents for QUALIA NOUS, ordered by alpha:

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QUALIA NOUS will be available later this year in paperback from Written Backwards.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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