(From the publisher):
The War Between the States is synonymous with romance, tragedy, bravery, and lost causes. The only war fought by Americans against Americans, it nearly irrevocably tore the nation apart. Yet the United States of America did survive, though at a terrible cost. Even today, more than 130 years after the end of the Civil War, people are still fascinated by this pivotal point in American history. Writers, too, find this a fruitful period to investigate. And in Civil War Fantastic
, some of science fiction's finest take us back to this turbulent time with their own special visions of what might have been. So don your uniform, load your cap and ball rifle, raise the colors, and prepare to charge into Civil War Fantastic
- A mysterious old man shows a Confederate soldier how one well-placed shot can change the course of history...
- He was only a horse used for children to ride on tours of Gettysburg, but he could see things on the battlefield that no human was aware of...
- Could General Lee bring himself to sanction a terible sacrifice if it guaranteed that the South would win the war?
- Martial by Nancy Springer
- A Place to Stand by William H. Keith, Jr.
- Hex’em John by James H. Cobb
- Gettysburg Dreams by Brendan DuBois
- Images by Josepha Sherman
- Ghosts of Honor by Denise Little
- Boot Hill by Catherine Asaro & Mike Resnick
- The Three Cigars by Robert Sheckley
- The General’s Bane by Mike & Sheila Gilbert
- The Federal Spy and Miz Julia by Karen Haber
- Stew by Donald J. Bingle
- Loose Upon the Earth a Daemon by Tim Waggoner
- Surviving the Elephant by Lisa Silverthorne
- The Pluck of O’Reilly by Gary Alan Ruse
- Across Hickman’s Bridge to Home by R. Davis
- News from the Long Mountains by Gary A. Braunbeck & Lucy Snyder
- The Last Full Measure by David Bischoff
- Burial Detail by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Original title: Civil War Fantastic
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Historical
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ World Versions→ Alternate Histories
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