Robots vs. Fairies: I’m In This
Posted on May 15, 2017 Posted by John Scalzi 14 Comments
Saga Press today announced a new anthology called Robots vs. Fairies, in which, as you might expect, there are stories about robots, and stories about fairies, and perhaps a few with robots and fairies. The anthology includes a story by me, entitled “Three Robots Experience Objects Left Behind From the Human Era for the First Time,” which, well. The title pretty much spells it out.
The author line-up for the book, as well as the story of the really very cool cover, is available here on the Barnes & Noble blog; the book itself will be out in January 2018. Something to look forward to in the coming year.
Looks cool and your story sounds interesting. Will check it out. But I am surprised on the publish time. That is a long wait! (or maybe I am just very unaware of how this all works)
looks very very nice, especially since i am searching for something interesting to read since the ” The Wise Man’s Fear” … Thank you!
@Ronald, publishing rarely moves quickly. I’ve got an advance copy on my desk of a book that isn’t out until May…2018.
The way things are going in Washington D.C., I just hope we MAKE it to next year. If so, this is on my list of must haves.
What about ROBOT FAIRIES?
Cause that would be awesome.
Cool… Looks like you’re in good company, too!
No contest: Robots rule, Fairies flutter.
Fairies, two out of three falls. Robots are stupid. ‘Positronic’ horse apples…
Darn, I first read the headline to mean you’re a character in the book. This is good too.
A story about a robot made by fairies might be interesting.
This looks really cool. I love the cover.
Sounds cool . I wanted to use another word lol because everyone has said “cool” but it’s just so cool you can’t help but say that 😁
I hope there’s a fairy god-robot story in this.
At first, I thought it was stories about fights between robots and fairies, but this sounds good too.
I’d be hard pressed to pick which of the two I’d prefer.
The bad thing about it being so long until it gets published is that, I just might forget about it in the meantime. The ebooks version isn’t up for preordering yet, so …