Name that Christian SF Title!

Current Christian speculative fiction: how many 2007 titles can you name? Did you ever wonder what new SF has hit or about to hit the market? There are certainly lists of Christian spec fiction around. Jeff Gerke at Where the Map Ends has a great annotated list of titles and earlier this year, the folks at Spec Faith and A Christian Worldview of Fiction compiled a list of the 2006 titles they could recall. But what about a current listing of new fiction?

Johne Cook said earlier this week, "It would be cool if there was a clearinghouse of the latest new fiction in a database, sortable by date, author, genre, etc. As it is, if I don't see it in front of me, I lose sight of what I was waiting for."

The Lost Genre Guild is going to take on this little job and develop a database of the latest in Christian SF, beginning with 2007 titles. But, we need your help! Please list any 2007 Christian SF titles, preferably with date of release, publisher, and short synopsis!


cyn said...

Ok, I will start the list:
1. Light at the Edge of Darkness, editor Cynthia MacKinnon (June 2007, The Writers’ Café Press)lostgenreguild.com
—an anthology of 27 Biblical spec-fiction short stories including sci-fi, fantasy, dark fantasy, dystopia, time travel, horror.

cyn said...

2. FLASHPOINT: Book One of the UNDERGROUND, Frank Creed (September 2007, The Writers’ Café Press) frankcreed.com
—Frank Creed's debut novel; Biblical cyberpunk/ end times sci-fi; 2 siblings join the Body of Christ underground to combat the One-State government's persecution of terrorists and attempt to save fundamentalists from "rehabilitation."

cyn said...

3. Infinite Space, Infinite God, editors Karina and Robert Fabian (August 2007, Twilight Times Books) ISIG site
—an anthology of Catholic-influenced science fiction including topics such as genetic engineering, time and space travel, technological miracles; how about aliens who wonder what Christianity holds for them?

Grace Bridges said...

The Restorer, by Sharon Hinck - also called fantasy, but you should see the gadgets they have!

The Return, by Austin Boyd

(Not easy, this!)

Oh, and Faith Awakened by me.. :)

cyn said...

Thanks for your additions, Grace!