Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology
As technology progresses, so does its connection with mankind. Augmentations, cybernetics, artificial intelligence filling the void that the absence of flesh will leave behind. In Transhumanism, we fine our imminent future. Whether this future is to be feared or rejoiced, depends on the individual.
Will technology replace mankind? If AI becomes self-aware, is a war imminent?
Gehenna & Hinnom is proud to present the Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology, the most comprehensive telling of our species’ future ever to be read by non-cybernetic eyes.
Become one with Transcendance.
Embrace the Unknown.
Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology Press Release
MISSISSIPPI, November 30th, 2017: C.P. Dunphey, critically acclaimed author of Plane Walker and editor of the bestselling Year’s Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology and Hinnom Magazine¸ has collected 25+ stories from the best up-and-coming authors in science fiction for Gehenna & Hinnom’s sophomore collection, The Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology. From veteran award-winning authors like Julie Novakova, to popular horror authors like Chad Lutzke, the anthology presents no shortage of entertaining, mind-bending science fiction.
2017 has already been a huge year for Gehenna & Hinnom, all of their titles universally praised and their debut anthology a landmark success. The expectations are high, but if past publications are a sign, this publishing house is only getting started. From tales of virtual realities gone awry to cautionary stories about humanity’s absence in the face of technology, science fiction readers of all audiences will love this collection.
See why Gehenna & Hinnom is quickly becoming the hottest new publisher in genre fiction. Order your copy today at the following link: http://amzn.to/2jey5vY
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ABOUT THE EDITOR: C.P. Dunphey was born in Staten Island, New York. He grew up in Southern Mississippi and had an interest in writing since he was very young. In 2015, he founded his small press, Gehenna & Hinnom, with the hopes to help establish indie authors into the mainstream. His first novel, Plane Walker, was released in 2016. He hopes to further his writing as well as offer authors opportunities to be heard and read, hoping to one day transform Gehenna & Hinnom into a powerhouse publisher.
I don’t normally do press releases for books anymore outside of what you’ll find in the This is Horror or This is Sci-Fi stuff, but C.P. Dunphey impressed me with his dedication to his authors when he said that he’d be willing to type up a longer press release or do whatever was necessary to get his authors the attention they deserved. I don’t know the man, and I haven’t read any of his work, but that made a fantastic first impression. – Lilyn