Norwich University professor and speculative fiction author F. Brett Cox has a new book out this week: The End of All Our Exploring. It’s a collection of his short fiction, along with some historical notes.
The stories in F. Brett Cox’s debut collection move through multiple genres and many times and places, from the monsters of the 19th century to the future fields of war, from New England to the South to the American West, from the strange house at the top of the hill to the bottom of your childhood swimming pool. But whatever the time and place, and whether utterly fantastic or all too real, all of these remarkable fictions pose the fundamental question: what’s next? The End of All Our Exploring features 27 stories, and it also includes Cox’s unique historical notes.
The book is now in stores. He’ll also be stopping by Bear Pond Books on September 17th to discuss the collection.