Divine Realms: Canadian Science Fiction & Fantasy by Susan Macgregor

Divine Realms: Canadian Science Fiction & Fantasy

EditorSusan Macgregor

Paperback | November 28, 1998

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Divine Realms is an anthology that looks at spiritual questions through the medium of science fiction and fantasy. This is an eclectic lot, and the main theme is faith-- or lack thereof. The stories are written by some of Canada's best and up-and-coming writers.

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Susan MacGregor is one of the editors of On Spec, Canada's premier science fiction magazine. Susan says her two loves, after her family, are science fiction and spirituality. She was born in Saskatoon and now lives in Edmonton.
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Title:Divine Realms: Canadian Science Fiction & FantasyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:275 pages, 7.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:November 28, 1998Publisher:Turnstone PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0888012276

ISBN - 13:9780888012272

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Divine Realms looks at spiritual questions through the medium of science fiction and fantasy. An anthology selected by On Spec editor Susan MacGregor, the stories are an eclectic lot, displaying some of Canada's best up-and-coming talent. Two medieval con men attempt to pawn a phony relic and find themselves on the receiving end of a miracle instead in Jason Kapalka's The Power of Faith. The Second Coming of Jasmine Fitzgerald by Peter Watts considers God as a self-correcting computer program. These and other stories explore faith, God and the universe in a speculative vein, taking on spirituality with some bold challenges.