The Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica: Sector 60 (Julahmo Space)

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Sector 60 of the Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica brings you the home sector of the Julahmo. The Julahmo are often known as the “Beaten Race” because they have been bullied by the Ernya and the Khruntha, as a result many of the planets in this sector have been conquered by these races, but still, the Julahmo have many thriving colonies throughout the sector that clearly show that they are far from “beaten.” In addition to all of these colonies, there are many mysteries for intrepid explorers to look into and solve…if they survive…

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The Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica: Sectors Fifty-Five – Fifty-Nine

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Sectors Fifty-Five to Fifty-Nine in “Deep Space” are filled with conflict. All five of the “Deep Space” species have outposts in these sectors, and the threat of violence is always there. Plus, there are numerous mysteries to be solved by intrepid explorers.
A supplement for the Ephemeris Science Fiction RPG.

BKX: Tuskegee

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BKX: Tuskegee by William Landis
A new story in The Divided States of America series
Kobe Griffin was born in the Confederate States of America, and although he’s a good Christian, he’s also a scientist. Can he be both in a society that demands “pure” Christianity? Should he even try? Kobe realizes that some things are more important than beliefs, but how will his society react?

The Thursday Child

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Yoelin Thibbony performs Rescues of children, people, and articles, sometimes for a fee, sometimes for free. But she has begun to doubt her own identity; her childhood memories of abuse and slavery are starting to make less sense to her. Now, events tumble around her. A former lover who betrayed her has been killed, and the authorities are looking for her. His three-year-old son has been brought to Yoelin by a mysterious woman with an even more serious agenda; their spaceship is blown up at the Spaceport. Yoelin, unwilling to abandon a child in need of a Rescue, must follow a line of investigation that leads her into her own dubious past, and to a vast and secret conspiracy—a long game—that threatens the lives of the people she cares about most. This time, the confrontation is one that almost certainly she cannot win.But when did that ever stop her?

Federation and Empire

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Federation and Empire is a series of short stories that chart the future history of mankind following the gift of the FTL drive from an alien species. The cast is varied: a freelance space pilot and his maverick crew, telepathic twins and their sentient cat, a wise president, a genetically enhanced policewoman, and a criminal of the same breed. They’re all involved in the diaspora of humanity to the stars. Here are tales of colonisation and crime, of slavery and revolution. Good old-fashioned science fiction!

 

Ephemeris Encyclopedia Galactica: Sectors Forty – Forty-Four

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Sectors Forty – Forty-Four in “Deep Space” might be sparsely populated, but given the conflict that seems to erupt wherever the “Deep Space” species cross paths, this is a group of sectors that are ready to boil over in turmoil.
A supplement for the Ephemeris Science Fiction RPG.

Mars Station Beta

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Since we aren’t receiving any submissions for Mars Station Beta, we’ve decided to drop the project. The two stories that we did publish will continue to be available for the next month or so.

Thanks to everyone who did support the project.

 

Delirious Doubles submissions

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As our last post stated, we are going to be closing Delirious Doubles, but there were a few stories that we’d accepted, that we’d still like to use. Unfortunately, Yahoo deleted the inbox, so we have no record of what was accepted. If we accepted your story, please send the story, along with the acceptance e-mail to editor (at) nomadicdeliriumpress (dot) com.