The first Amazon review has been posted for All Hail the New Flesh, Dagda Pubishing’s most recent collection of dystopian sci-fi, and it’s a good’un.
‘Hooligween’ mentions that she found it refreshing to get her hooks into a science fiction collection in a market currently saturated with ‘vampires, werewolves, trolls, and elves’ and that it was fun to read this ‘anthology of futuristic short fiction, in which 13 authors play around with the time-honoured theme of technology-gone-wrong.’
Well, I’m a fan of vampires I have to say but yes, otherwise, I’m always excited by the prospect of good old ‘dystopian daydream’ science fiction and glad to see I’m not the only one.
I’m even more pleased than an effort of my own, Isaac Heights, set in a future where androids have been granted equal rights as humans with some unfortunate consequences, made it into the collection, along with gems by fellow writers and bloggers Andrea Hinchey and Helena Hann Basquait AKA Jessica Bell.
And just to get you in the mood, here some suitably futuristic dystopian futurepop from the amazing and always inspirational (not to mention one of my favourite bands) mind.in.a.box: