Armored Anthology Update

December 2, 2011 at 7:43 am | Posted in Books, Sci-Fi | Leave a comment
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As reported earlier, Baen Books has an interesting military sci-fi anthology in the works that includes authors like John Jackson Miller, Michael Stackpole, and Sean Williams. They’ve recently released the final version for the cover as well as a table of contents giving a full run down on all the stories included in Armored. Click the image for a full size resolution of the cover, or check below for the full list of authors and stories.

  • Foreword— Orson Scott Card
  • Introduction— John Joseph Adams
  • The Johnson Maneuver — Ian Douglas
  • Hel’s Half-Acre — Jack Campbell
  • Jungle Walkers — David Klecha & Tobias S. Buckell
  • The Last Run of the Coppelia — Genevieve Valentine
  • Death Reported of Last Surviving Veteran of Great War — Dan Abnett
  • The Cat’s Pajamas — Jack McDevitt
  • Find Heaven and Hell in the Smallest Things — Simon R. Green
  • Power Armor: A Love Story — David Barr Kirtley
  • The Last Days of the Kelly Gang — David D. Levine
  • Field Test — Michael A. Stackpole
  • Trauma Pod — Alastair Reynolds
  • Contained Vacuum — David Sherman
  • You Do What You Do — Tanya Huff
  • Nomad — Karin Lowachee
  • Human Error — John Jackson Miller
  • Transfer of Ownership — Christie Yant
  • Heuristic Algorithm and Reasoning Response Engine —  Ethan Skarstedt & Brandon Sanderson
  • Don Quixote — Carrie Vaughn
  • The Poacher — Wendy N. Wagner & Jak Wagner
  • The Green — Lauren Beukes
  • Sticks and Stones — Robert Buettner
  • Helmet — Daniel H. Wilson
  • The N-Body Solution — Sean Williams

Pre-orders are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. You can check out John Joseph Adams’ blog for the cover and contents info. As Adams pointed out, you can also check out the article highlight io9 did on the upcoming novel that provides some interesting background and insight.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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