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Breathing as an art is at a crossroads in this particular year. The world is at the mercy of a deadly virus that has, among its major symptoms, the quality of inducing breathlessness among its innocent victims.
The problematic issue of off-world breathing (the premise that inspired the name of this anthology) has been deftly tackled in many shades by several authors in this anthology. The other stories that have graced this anthology deals with a gamut of intriguing plots, from the arbitrary decision of a gifted scientist to abandon the human race, to the real world problems of food crisis and how it may shape up in the forthcoming years.
Science Fiction must be fearless in dealing with subjects that are important to determine humanity's future. To that end, "Breathe" is a truly important collection of stories that gives a fair share of both warnings and foretellings about the future of the human race.
Breath features 29 pieces of fiction by 26 talented authors from all across the globe. They deal with life, death and everything between and beyond the same. We hope that you, dear reader, enjoy this collection as much as we have enjoyed putting these stories together for your reading pleasure.
EDITED BY Jay Chakravarti
AUTHORS FEATURED IN THIS ANTHOLOGY ARE: Bob McNeil, Christopher T. Dabrowski (Translated by Julia Mraczny), Barbara G. Tarn, Ahmed A. Khan, John A. Frochio, JP Lorence, Cheryl S. Ntumy, Jasper Kent, Matthew K. Chikono, Jay Chakravarti, Linda M. Crate, Vonnie Winslow Crist, John C. Mannone, Lee Garratt, Andrew Darlington, Graham J. Darling, Masimba Musodza, Angela Amman, Sarah J. Nachin, Troy Diffenderfer, Rohit Sawant, Natalie Harris-Spencer, Richard A. Shury, Nigel Anthony Sellars, Mir Seidel and Kevin Singer