Further Conflicts edited by Ian Whates due at Eastercon

Further Conflicts edited by Ian Whates is all set to be launched Illustrious: Eastercon 2011. ‘This year’s convention is themed on military SF. Following the success of Conflicts, launched at last year’s Eastercon, it seemed churlish not to explore the theme further. The new anthology therefore takes some familiar elements from the first book and mixes in radically different ones, both in terms of contributors and approach. So we welcome back Andy Remic, Eric Brown and Gareth L Powell from Conflicts, the latter two providing stand-alone stories set in the same universe as their Conflicts stories. To these we add ten exciting new contributors, bringing you: 

Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes , Tony Ballantyne, Kim Lakin-Smith, Stephen Palmer, Gareth L Powell, Eric Brown, Colin Harvey, Steve Longworth, Andy Remic, Philip Palmer, Adam Roberts, and Tim C Taylor.”

Published by NewCon Press as an A5 paperback (‘9.00) and a dust-jacketed hardback, limited to just 150 copies, each individually numbered and signed by all contributors (‘19.99).

Further Conflicts edited by Ian Whates is all set to be launched Illustrious: Eastercon 2011. ‘This year’s convention is themed on military SF. Following the success of Conflicts, launched at last year’s Eastercon, it seemed churlish not to explore the theme further. The new anthology therefore takes some familiar elements from the first book and mixes in radically different ones, both in terms of contributors and approach. So we welcome back Andy Remic, Eric Brown and Gareth L Powell from Conflicts, the latter two providing stand-alone stories set in the same universe as their Conflicts stories. To these we add ten exciting new contributors, bringing you: 

Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes , Tony Ballantyne, Kim Lakin-Smith, Stephen Palmer, Gareth L Powell, Eric Brown, Colin Harvey, Steve Longworth, Andy Remic, Philip Palmer, Adam Roberts, and Tim C Taylor.”

Published by NewCon Press as an A5 paperback (‘9.00) and a dust-jacketed hardback, limited to just 150 copies, each individually numbered and signed by all contributors (‘19.99).