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The Cross and the Cosmos Anthology: Year 1

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The Year It All Began It was a year of triumph and a year of sorrow. It was a year of joy and a year of the darkest depression. But most of all, it was a year of great stories! Within these pages, you will find the best of the best in the realm of Christian speculative short fiction. Where else can you find a story about a pagan renegade next to an awesome story …


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Marcher Lord Press Mature Content iconThe Year It All Began

It was a year of triumph and a year of sorrow. It was a year of joy and a year of the darkest depression. But most of all, it was a year of great stories!

Within these pages, you will find the best of the best in the realm of Christian speculative short fiction.

Where else can you find a story about a pagan renegade next to an awesome story of God’s love in an unusual place? How about time travel at Christmastime?

You won’t find these stories anywhere else, nor the amazing sequels written especially for this compilation. Enjoy all 22 short stories, some of which ran in the first year of the e-zine “The Cross & the Cosmos . . . in the year it all began.

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    J’wock: Oh, I loved the Anjum Hasan story – after Lunatic in my Head (which was at least one-third an excellent book) Hasan is cutnrerly my pick for most promising fiction writer, so it’s nice to see she’s able to keep it up. I also enjoyed the contributions from both the graphic artists. And I liked Vivek’s piece – though I think he’s a better poet than a short story writer. Most of the others weren’t bad / intolerable, just a little lackluster (I thought the Padmanabhan was a neat idea, but it went on way too long). But all of that was as expected. Tyrewala was the only one whose entry surprised me by how good it was. Overall, though, an interesting collection, and my compliments to you and everyone else involved in putting it together. I do think it showcases how much raw talent there is out there, but I also think it shows how much further that talent needs to be pushed. And thanks.

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