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Long ago, the aliens known as the inlaris lost their home world in a devastating attack. They traveled for eons searching for a new home. But their new home, Earth, was already taken. At first inlaris and humans brokered deals bringing Earth into a new golden age of collaboration. The golden age didn’t last long...

From hopeful stories of first contact and alien teamwork to
Kindle Edition, 1, 97 pages
Published January 9th 2016 by Kōsa Press
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Deanne Charlton
Feb 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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This book should not work, yet it does so—beautifully. The 20 stories by 4 authors involve characters that rarely show up even as mentions in more than one chapter. Even so, they weave silently throughout the rest of the tales, giving readers a fully rendered world, and together the stories are one overarching adventure in understanding that everyone is shaped by experience and circumstance.

The characters, whether human or inlari, experience many emotions and c
Brian Stampfl
Mar 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book is wild. What I thought would be a series of distinctly different stories, written by four authors, turned out to be something much more. While the stories are separate of each other, they are so well connected. The authors must have worked together to ensure that the environments, the emotions, and the struggles between the humans and the inlari were consistent. It reads like one big story with multiple characters and scenes.

The descriptions of the environments and the characters were
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In 2015, I formed a team of authors, and we collaborated to create a shared-world, one where our stories could coexist and intersect in a single epic science fiction saga. We established Kōsa Press, LLC to produce the series, hired an editorial team, and commissioned famed Polish sci-fi and fantasy painter, Piotr Foksowicz, to paint the cover. Interspecies Volume 1 is the first shared-world anthol ...more

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