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World Science Fiction #1

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Visions to preserve the biodiversity of the future.

Science Fiction happens everywhere! This is why we collected on one volume the best short stories to come out of Future Fiction, a multicultural project created and run by Francesco Verso.
Paperback, 335 pages
Published August 17th 2019 by Future Fiction
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Francesco Verso was born in Bologna in 1973. His first novel, Human Antidotes, was finalist at Urania-Mondadori Award. In 2009 he won the Urania-Mondadori Award with e-Doll. In 2013 he won the Odyssey Award by Delos Books with Livido (also Cassiopea and Italy Award for best SF novel). He wrote short stories such as Flush, 90 Cents, Two Worlds and Fernando Morales, This is Your Death!. With his ...more

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