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Kitra – A YA Space Adventure

By Gideon Marcus

Stranded in space: no fuel, no way home… and no one coming to help.

From the pen of Hugo Finalist Gideon Marcus comes the found-family, YA Space Adventure you’ve been waiting for:

Nineteen-year-old Kitra Yilmaz dreams of traveling the galaxy like her Ambassador mother. But soaring in her glider is the closest she can get to touching the stars — until she stakes her inheritance on a salvage Navy spaceship.

I Want the Stars

By Tom Purdom

Fleeing a utopian Earth, searching for meaning, Jenorden and his friends take to the stars to save a helpless race from merciless telepathic aliens.


But when travelers from another galaxy appear, offering to answer any question, reveal any secret and end any conflict, are their motives sinister…

…or sincere?

Rediscovery: Science Fiction by Women (1958-1963)

The Silver Age saw a wealth of compelling speculative tales — and women authors wrote some of the best of the best. Yet the stories of this era, especially those by women, have been largely unremembered.

Until now.

Fourteen selections of the best science fiction of the Silver Age, written by the unsung women of yesteryear and introduced by today’s rising stars. Curated by the team of Hugo-nominated Galactic Journey.

The Eighth Key

By Laura Weyr

The magic is gone…or is it?

Lucian is a jaded flirt and professional bard who knows all the old songs about sorcery. When he meets Corwin, a shy mage who can still use magic despite the Drought, Lucian finds his desire growing with each passing day—not just for answers, but for Corwin himself.

Sparks fly as they find themselves passionately entangled in adventure and each other. But learning the true origin of the Drought and the Key to ending it comes at a price that their bond may not survive…