Coyote Frontier

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Coyote Frontier

The saga of Earth’s first space colonists continues as the Hugo Award-winning author of Coyote and Coyote Rising presents a riveting novel of their struggle to create a new civilization light-years away from the world—and the problems they thought they left behind…

Coyote Horizon

As a result, a third book became necessary, and thus Iwrote Coyote Frontier. Once theCoyote trilogy was finished, I turned my attentionto other matters, including acouple ofindependent novels—Spindrift and Galaxy Blues—setin thesame ...

Coyote Horizon

View our feature on Allen Steele’s Coyote Horizon.The colonial world of Coyote has become the last, best hope of humankind. But Hawk Thompson has learned something about the aliens who also call Coyote home-and his knowledge will change human history.

Coyote Frontier

Coyote Frontier


War and Peace with the Beasts

THE COYOTE FRONTIER Originally, coyotes were a small, arid-country breed of wild dogs that lived in western regions of North America. The larger wolves typically treated them as rivals and drove them out of the greener grasslands or ...

War and Peace with the Beasts

“The animals that one culture likes are often hated in the next, and it seems that the animals themselves know it well. Basically, one culture’s animal partner is often another culture’s nightmare from hell. “Naturally, I wonder how relations between people and animals got to be so different around the world. How did it happen that some cultures treat bats, snakes, wolves, or ravens as embodiments of evil, while other people treat the same animals with affection or even reverence?” Our wars with the animals go way back. Beyond the light cast by our prehistoric campfires, the eyes glowing in the night seemed to represent a great hostile force. As we began to cultivate crops and husband a few favoured animals, we generally regarded other creatures as threats to our chosen few. Using the logic of war, we sought to maximize the populations of certain creatures, and the destruction of others. In the past, that war effort was our great crusade for the advancement of civilization as we knew it. The war had a frontier, a front line, and an ongoing battle on the home front. Expanding outward from our various cradles of civilization, we progressively “tamed” the forests and grasslands, converting them to monocrop plantations or pastures. Then we had to defend our monocrops from encroaching weeds, insects, and wild animals. In this immediately engaging, story- and fact-filled page-turner of a book, Brian Griffith looks at the range of ways we relate to animals and the stories we tell about them. He asks how we choose whether buddyhood, fearful respect, businesslike predation, or genocidal war is the most appropriate response to each species we meet. He watches how our treatment of “inferior beings” affects our treatment of “inferior people,” and traces some of the chain reactions we unleash when we try to weed out species we don’t like. “Without much hope of making animals fit my personal preferences,” he writes, “I wonder how good our relations can get.”

Hex

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Hex

The two-time Hugo Award-winner expands the universe of his Coyote saga. The danui, a reclusive arachnid species considered the galaxy's finest engineers, have avoided contact with the Coyote Federation. Until, that is, the danui initiate trade negotiations, offering only information: the coordinates for an unoccupied world suitable for human life-a massive sphere, composed of billions of hexagons. But when the Federation's recon mission goes terribly wrong, the humans realize how little they know about their new partners...

Avengers of the Moon

Near-Space Series Orbital Decay Clarke County, Space Lunar Descent Labyrinth of Night A King of Infinite Space Coyote Trilogy Coyote Coyote Rising Coyote Frontier Coyote Chronicles Coyote Horizon Coyote Destiny Coyote Universe Spindrift ...

Avengers of the Moon

Allen Steele, author of Arkwright, gives us a thrilling piece of science fiction pulp with Avengers of the Moon Curt Newton has spent most of his life hidden from the rest of humankind, being raised by a robot, an android, and the disembodied brain of a renowned scientist. This unlikely trio of guardians has kept his existence a closely guarded secret after the murder of Curt's parents. Curt's innate curiosity and nose for trouble inadvertently lead him into a plot to destabilize the Solar Coalition and assassinate the president. There's only one way to uncover the evil mastermind—Curt must become Captain Future. With the permission of the Edmond Hamilton estate, Allen Steele revives the exciting adventures of Captain Future. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

V S Day

Books by Allen Steele Novels NearSpace Series ORBITAL DECAY CLARKE COUNTY, SPACE LUNAR DESCENT LABYRINTH OF NIGHT A KING OF INFINITE SPACE Coyote Trilogy COYOTE COYOTE RISING COYOTE FRONTIER Coyote Chronicles COYOTE HORIZON COYOTE ...

V S Day

With a gift for visionary fiction that “would make Robert A. Heinlein proud” (Entertainment Weekly) three-time Hugo Award-winning author Allen Steele now imagines an alternate history rooted in an actual historical possibility: what if the race to space had occurred in the early days of WWII? It's 1941, and Wernher von Braun is ordered by his Fuehrer to abandon the V2 rocket and turn German resources in a daring new direction: construction of a manned orbital spacecraft capable of attacking the U.S. Work on the rocket—called Silbervogel—begins at Peenemunde. Though it is top secret, British intelligence discovers the plan, and brings word to Franklin Roosevelt. The American President determines that there is only one logical response: the U.S. must build a spacecraft capable of intercepting Silbervogel and destroying it. Robert Goddard, inventor of the liquid-fuel rocket, agrees to head the classified project. So begins a race against time—between two secret military programs and two brilliant scientists whose high-stakes competition will spiral into a deadly game of political intrigue and unforeseen catastrophes played to the death in the brutal skies above America.

Apollo s Outcasts

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Apollo s Outcasts

Jamey Barlowe has been crippled since childhood, the result of being born on the Moon. He lives his life in a wheelchair, only truly free when he is in the water. But then Jamey's father sends him, along with five other kids, back to the Moon to escape a political coup d'etat that has occurred overnight in the United States. Moreover, one of the other five refugees is more than she appears. Their destination is the mining colony, Apollo. Jamey will have to learn a whole new way to live, one that entails walking for the first time in his life. It won't be easy and it won't be safe. But Jamey is determined to make it as a member of Lunar Search and Rescue, also known as the Rangers. This job is always risky, but could be even more dangerous if the new U.S. president makes good on her threat to launch a military invasion. Soon Jamey is front and center in a political and military struggle stretching from the Earth to the Moon. From the Hardcover edition.

Captain Future 1 500 Light Years from Home

His twenty-one novels include Orbital Decay, Time Loves A Hero (originally titled Chronospace), V-S Day, Arkwright and the Coyote series: Coyote, Coyote Rising, Coyote Frontier, Coyote Horizon and Coyote Destiny; and spin-off novels: ...

Captain Future  1 500 Light Years from Home

Journey far beyond the solar system to a planet of danger with CAPTAIN FUTURE as he confronts the greatest menace humankind has ever faced … 1,500 LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME! No ship from Earth has ever ventured past the outer worlds of the system. But that wasn’t until Ul Quorn, the criminal overlord called the Magician of Mars, stole an experimental warp drive and used it to hurl a hijacked spaceliner and his cut-throat gang across the galaxy to an inhabited planet orbiting Deneb, one of the largest and brightest stars in the known universe. For what purpose? No one knows … until now. Curt Newton, the adventurer known as Captain Future, is about to find out, for he has inadvertently joined Ul Quorn’s quest to Deneb. Yet neither man is prepared for the horrors they’ll find there or the alien doomsday machine lurking nearby. The battle of wits between the two adversaries is only getting started, and the fate of the Earth hangs in the balance! “Allen Steele has updated and supercharged the original incarnation of Curt Newton, reimagining him for 21st century readers. It’s a pleasure to see him back and in capable hands.” — Will Murray, author of Tarzan, Conqueror of Mars.

Old Mars

His other books include the novels Clarke County, Space; Lunar Descent; Labyrinth of Night; The Weight; The Tranquility Alternative; A King of Infinite Space; OceanSpace; ChronoSpace; Coyote; Coyote Rising; Coyote Frontier; Spindrift; ...

Old Mars

This anthology of fifteen all-original science fiction stories celebrates the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Feauturing James S. A. Corey, Phyllis Eisenstein, Matthew Hughes, Joe R. Lansdale, David D. Levine, Ian McDonald, Michael Moorcock, Mike Resnick, Chris Roberson, Mary Rosenblum, Melinda Snodgrass, Allen M. Steele, S. M. Stirling, Howard Waldrop, Liz Williams and an introduction by George R. R. Martin!

Lunar Descent

... SPACE LUNAR DESCENT LABYRINTH OF NIGHT A KING OF INFINITE SPACE THE JERICHO ITERATION THE TRANQUILLITY ALTERNATIVE OCEANSPACE CHRONOSPACE COYOTE TRILOGY COYOTE COYOTE RISING COYOTE FRONTIER COYOTE UNIVERSE SPINDRIFT Collections by ...

Lunar Descent

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Oceanspace (1999) Sex and Violence in Zero G (1999) Chronospace (2001) Coyote (2002) AmericanBeauty(2003) Coyote Rising (2004) Coyote Frontier (2005) Galaxy Blues (2008) Coyote Horizon (2009) Coyote Destiny (2010) The Last Science ...

Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Presents articles on the science fiction genre of literature, including authors, themes, significant works, and awards.

Spindrift

... SPACE LUNAR DESCENT LABYRINTH OF NIGHT A KING OF INFINITE SPACE THE JERICHO ITERATION THE TRANQUILLITY ALTERNATIVE OCEANSPACE CHRONOSPACE COYOTE TRILOGY COYOTE COYOTE RISING COYOTE FRONTIER COYOTE UNIVERSE SPINDRIFT GALAXY BLUES ...

Spindrift

Hugo Award-winning author Allen Steele has forged a permanent place in the pantheon of great science fiction authors with his landmark Coyote Trilogy. Now, he returns to that universe and offers a startling glimpse into the future of space exploration—and humanity itself… June 1, 2288—Europe’s first starship, the EASS Galileo, launches on its maiden voyage to venture into unexplored space. Its classified mission: to investigate an unidentified, possibly-alien object traveling outside our solar system, code-named Spindrift. Soon after taking off, the Galileo disappears... February 1, 2344—A shuttle from the Galileo returns to Earth carrying three surviving expedition members. The Galileo has been destroyed, and the rest of the crew is lost—but the survivors have not aged. For they have, indeed, made contact with an extraterrestrial race—and become enmeshed in a conflict that brought them face to face with the most apocalyptic force in the galaxy…

Galaxy Blues

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Galaxy Blues

Hugo Award-winning author Allen Steele returns to the universe of his Coyote Trilogy and Spindrift with the story of one man’s trials and tribulations as he voyages across the cosmos—and within himself. “My name is Jules Truffant, and this is the story of how I redeemed the human race . . .” Expelled from the Union Astronautica space fleet, Jules Truffant faces a future on the ground instead of in the stars. Desperate to put his disgrace behind him, he stows away onboard a Coyote Federation flagship in order to start his life over on the colony world. But after a misunderstanding involving a stolen lifeboat and a crash landing, Jules begins his new life on Coyote in prison. Before he can be deported back to Earth for a lengthy incarceration, Jules receives an unexpected visitor. Morgan Goldstein, a billionaire entrepreneur, offers him a proposition: sign up as shuttle pilot aboard the freighter Pride of Cucamonga in exchange for amnesty. The Pride’s mission to Rho Corenae Borealis to develop a trade relationship with the alien hjadd runs smoothly—at first. Then Jules’s luck betrays him once again. Now, to make amends with both the aliens and his employers, he must take part in a voyage across the galaxy to place a probe squarely in the path of a black hole as it plows through an inhabited star system.

Clarke County Space

Booklist Praise for Allen Steele's Coyote Trilogy Coyote Frontier “A satisfying arc... a robust conclusion.”—Sci Fi Weekly “The real meat of this book and series is in the frontier realities of homesteading a new world.

Clarke County  Space

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

Boarding the Enterprise

His most recent novels are the Coyote trilogy: Coyote, Coyote Rising and Coyote Frontier. He lives in Western Massachusetts with his wife and two dogs. Eric Greene theprimequestion Eric Greene played the alien child Loki.

Boarding the Enterprise

Rereleased for Star Trek: The Original Series ' 50th Anniversary, this in-depth analysis of the groundbreaking TV show features an updated introduction by Robert J. Sawyer and foreword by David Gerrold Trekkies and Trekkers alike will get starry-eyed over this eclectic mix of essays on the groundbreaking original Star Trek, one of the most culturally impactful TV shows of the last 50 years. Star Trek scriptwriters D. C. Fontana, David Gerrold, Norman Spinrad, and Howard Weinstein, science fiction writers including Allen Steele and Lawrence Watt-Evans, and various academics share behind-the-scenes anecdotes, discuss the show's enduring appeal and influence, and examine some of the classic features of the series. Inside: Communications and media theorist Paul Levinson shows how the unprecedented success of the "seventy-nine jewels" in syndication changed the way we look at television forever. Star Trek writer D. C. Fontana remembers Gene Roddenberry and what it was like on the set and behind the scenes. Hugo Award–winning author Allen Steele explores the strong science fiction tradition that made the show so great. Cultural theorist Eric Greene details the show's complex dialogue with the Vietnam War, highlighting the evolving stances on interventionist politics. Science fiction novelist DON Debrandt contends that the famously logical Spock isn't quite as rational as Star Trek's writers would have you believe. Scientist Robert A. Metzger proves that Scotty's ability to lie makes him the most valuable member of the Enterprise crew. Fanfiction author Melissa Dickinson explains why we still feel compelled to write our own stories about Kirk, Spock, and the rest of the show's memorable characters.

Amazing Stories Winter 2018

His novels include: the Coyote Trilogy (Coyote, Coyote Rising and Coyote Frontier), Orbital Decay, Time Loves a Hero, Galaxy Blues and Arkwright. He has also published six collections of short fiction; his work has appeared in most ...

Amazing Stories Winter 2018

Amazing Stories, the home of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, publisher of the first stories of Ursula K. Leguin and Isaac Asimov, is back in print after an absence of more than a decade! This relaunch of the iconic first science fiction magazine is packed full of exciting science fiction, fantasy, and articles, all in a beautiful package featuring eye-catching illustrations and cartoons. The Amazing Stories Winter 2018 issue (the 615th issue since 1926) includes work by: • Allen M. Steele • Gary Dalkin • Jack Clemons • Lena Ng • Marina J. Lostetter • Neal Holtschulte • Daniel M. Kimmel • Jule Novakova • G. Scott Huggins • Noah Chinn • Vonnie Winslow Crist • Steve Fahnestalk • Shirley Meier

Amazing Stories Fall WorldCon 2018 Edition

His novels include: the Coyote Trilogy (Coyote, Coyote Rising and Coyote Frontier), Orbital Decay, Time Loves a Hero, Galaxy Blues and Arkwright. He has also published six collections of short fiction; his work has appeared in most ...

Amazing Stories Fall WorldCon 2018 Edition

Amazing Stories, the home of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, publisher of the first stories of Ursula K. Leguin and Isaac Asimov, is back in print after an absence of more than a decade! This relaunch of the iconic first science fiction magazine is packed full of exciting science fiction, fantasy, and articles, all in a beautiful package featuring eye-catching illustrations and cartoons. The Amazing Stories Fall 2018 issue (the 614th issue since 1926) includes work by: Robert Silverberg Jack Clemons Allen Steele Lawrence Watt-Evans Rudy Rucker Dave Creek Shirley Meier Kameron Hurley Julie Czerneda Paul Levinson Drew Hayden Taylor Gary Dalkin Steve Fahnestalk Continuing a 92-year history - Amazing Stories returns as a print and digital publication!

Dangerous Games

His short work has been gathered in two collections, Rude Astronauts and Sex and Violence in Zero G. His most recent book is a new novel in the Coyote sequence, Coyote Frontier. He won a Hugo Award in 1996 for his novella "The Death of ...

Dangerous Games

In the reality shows of the future, people will literally be dying to watch. Science fiction's most expert dreamers envision the computerized, high-risk games of the future in this winning collection. Features: Robert Sheckley Cory Doctorow Kate Wilhelm Alastair Reynolds Vernor Vinge Jonathan Letham Gwyneth Jones William Browning Spencer Allen Steele Terry Dowling Jason Stoddard At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

Coyote America

They happen everywhere, in small towns like the one where I was raised and in gigantic cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, and now even New York City, the coyote's final frontier. A study of print media from ...

Coyote America

The New York Times best-selling account of how coyotes--long the target of an extermination policy--spread to every corner of the United States Finalist for thePEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award "A masterly synthesis of scientific research and personal observation."-Wall Street Journal Legends don't come close to capturing the incredible story of the coyote. In the face of centuries of campaigns of annihilation employing gases, helicopters, and engineered epidemics, coyotes didn't just survive, they thrived, expanding across the continent from Alaska to New York City and Maine and beyond. In the war between humans and coyotes, coyotes have won, hands-down. Coyote America is the illuminating five-million-year biography of this extraordinary animal, from its origins to its apotheosis. It is one of the great epics of our time.