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Announcing Futuredaze 2: Reprise

Underwords Press is pleased to announce that we will be publishing Futuredaze 2: Reprise, a reprint anthology of young adult science fiction written by 15 of today’s top authors, co-edited by Erin Underwood and New York Times bestselling YA fiction writer Nancy HolderFuturedaze 2: Reprise is scheduled for publication in mid 2014.

Underwords Press is a small press that specifically focuses on science fiction for young adults as well as unique science fiction publications. Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction, the original book in the series, was conceived to “challenge the imagination with young adult fiction that includes far-flung futures, dystopian alternate worlds, life among the stars, and a host of startling stories that embrace the idea of ‘What if?’ that has driven the science fiction genre forward for more then a century.” We continue this mission with Futuredaze 2: Reprise.

More publication information and a cover reveal will be coming soon. In the meantime, here is the list of contributing authors (listed in alphabetical order):

  • Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Libba Bray
  • Cassandra Clare
  • Neil Gaiman
  • Kat Howard
  • Hugh Howey
  • N. K. Jemisin
  • James Patrick Kelly
  • Ken Liu
  • Malinda Lo
  • Beth Revis
  • Will Shetterly
  • Scott Westerfeld
  • Connie Willis
  • Jane Yolen

Please direct questions, interview requests, and book review requests to Erin Underwood.

Futuredaze-cover-hi-resPraise for Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction:

  • “Fun for fans familiar with adult sf, and an enticing gateway for those new to the genre.” –Booklist, Lynn Rutan
  • “Futuredaze is a fantastic choice for YA (and older) readers who enjoy science fiction and fantasy.” -–ForeWords Reviews, Leia Menlove
  • “[Futuredaze] is a great anthology, offering some of the strongest YA fiction I’ve seen in years. There’s something for everyone here, and not just young adults, but the not-so-young adults too.” Tangent Online, Barbara Melville
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