Books from Sci-Fi Bridge

Sci-Fi Bridge is committed to bringing you the best in Science Fiction from traditionally and independently published authors. From time to time, we’ll publish sampler anthologies of stories by amazing new talent and bestselling authors. Volume 1 is available now and Volume 2 will be out shortly!

Check out what readers are saying about Volume 1 on Amazon…

  • “Most folks who read my reviews know that I am a perfectionist, and a hard man to impress. Well, I’m really impressed with this Anthology. I sucked this one down like a Hoover run amok. This collection and these authors and stories so far exceeded my expectations that I have to give it 5 stars…” — Dr. Geoff
  • “Lots of interesting stories in this anthology, great entertainment value for the money. There are a wide variety of styles of stories and writing that will appeal to a wide variety of tastes.” — P. Hennessey
  • “This collection of SF is widely varied but all quite fun. Definitely worth checking out for both the big names included and the sharp fiction from everyone else.” — arctunn

Interstellar journeys. Epic battles. Artificial Intelligence’s longing for meaning. Life as we know it, ending…

Sci-Fi Bridge is thrilled to present its first collection from bestselling authors and newly emerging writers. These stories span the near and far future. They transport you to worlds unknown. They examine today’s fears amid tomorrow’s technologies. From the far corners of the galaxy to the inner reaches of the human heart, the exciting stories in At the Helm will thrill, inspire, and make you wonder–do humans have what it takes to build a better future? Or are we doomed by our own failings?

Foreword by Samuel Peralta.
“Pressure” by Jeff Carlson.
“This Long Vigil” by Rhett Bruno.
“Gao Yao Engine” by Rachel Aukes.
“Brood Company” by Steve Beaulieu & Aaron Hall.
“Life” by Daniel Arenson.
“I, Caroline” by David Bruns.
“Unconditional” by Chris Pourteau.
“Lara QR” by Bob Mayer.
“Carindi” by Jennifer Foehner Wells.
“Into the Dark” by Robert Kroese.
“Pete, Popeye and Olive” by Jamie McFarlane.
“Codename Delphi” by Linda Nagata.
“Patchworker” by M. Pax.
“Dark Space: A Chance Encounter” by Jasper T. Scott.