The forthcoming Sci-Fi Anthropology Cosmic Branches: A Sci-Fi Anthology of Human Divergence in space is now accepting submissions until November 1st, 2018 with publication expected early spring 2019
“Wes Bishop is a Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University and teaches American history in northern Indianapolis.
Michael Kilman is an anthropologist who occasionally visits other worlds and reports back what he finds. When he isn’t writing fiction he is lecturing at a few universities in the Denver metro area, or working on his YouTube series ‘Anthropology in 10 or Less.’
Please include a brief cover letter (no more than 250 words) at the beginning of your submission.
- Your sci-fi story must be 1000-6000 words in length
- Previously unpublished (Patreon or Your Personal Blog are Okay)
- Fit into the description of the prompt
- You must own the original work
- No simultaneous submissions
- Only one submission per author
Centuries into the future humanity has diverged as it spread across the solar system. How? Perhaps Genetics, AI, Clones, or something radically different. Tell us how humanity has diverged from it’s terrestrial origins. In the words of the great Carl Sagan ‘A Still More Glorious Dawn Awaits’.
Submit written works here for
Cosmic Branches: A SciFi Anthology of Human Divergence in Space
We are also accepting submissions for the Cover Art. (Link Coming Soon)