1st Omnibus

Odes to the Multiverse is a collection of Tonya R. Moore’s older punk sci-fi, space opera, horror & urban fantasy vignettes, and short stories.

This second-edition of Tonya R. Moore’s 2020 speculative fiction omnibus invites readers to marvel at the macabre and maleficent and embrace the weird and wonderful.

Odes to the Multiverse was reviewed by the Book Blogger otherwise known as @runalongwomble. Here’s what they had to say:

“A hugely enjoyable set of stories I strongly recommend if you enjoy short fiction with lots of variety.”

Read the full review at Run Along the Shelves.

 

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About

Tonya R. Moore

Tonya R. Moore writes and edits speculative fiction. She is the Poetry Editor at Solarpunk Magazine, a Poetry Acquiring Editor at FIYAH Literary Magazine, an Associate Writer at Galactic Journey, a Voodoonauts 2022 Fellow, and a finalist for Analog Science Fiction & Fact’s 2022 Award for Emerging Black Writers. 

Tonya’s science fiction-horror flashfic, River Mumma Remembers won first place in If there’s Anyone Left Magazine’s 2023 Micro-Fiction Contest. She has a number of short stories slated for publication in 2024. These soon-to-be-published speculative fiction short stories include Anansi and the Astronaut in M.V. Media’s highly anticipated Spacefunk! anthology and Water Baby in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.

The Story Vault

--- access the repository of short stories. flas fiction, and novelettes written by Tonya R. Moore.

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