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This is the webpage for listing multi-author Alternate History anthologies. We will list them in the order which we receive them, with the newest at the top of the page. If you are an author featured in an anthology, we will also list them on your own page at AHF, as featuring your work. If you are an author who has created an anthology or collection of short stories, solely of your own work, we will list these as a courtesy at the bottom of this page also.

Alternate History Anthologies

Tales From Alternate Earths Alternate History Anthology
ASIN (Kindle) : B01JJYTOXQ

Our world could have been so very different...

Eight stories take us on a journey into how our world could have been. What if the nukes had flown that day over Cuba? What if Caesar had survived? Imagine the Tunguska meteor with a different outcome. What if there was a true story behind HG Wells' most famous tale? See the world as it might have been if China discovered the New World first. And what if all of this was never meant to be and dinosaurs ruled the Earth?

Authors Jessica Holmes, Daniel M. Bensen, Terri Pray, Rob Edwards, Maria Haskins, Cathbad Maponus, Leo McBride, and collaborators Brent A. Harris and Ricardo Victoria show us the world that might have been - if the butterfly's wings had fluttered a different way, if the world changed between heartbeats, if a moment of decision saw another choice.

This is the fourth anthology from Inklings Press, aiming to provide a platform for new and upcoming authors and to open the door onto different worlds.
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Cosmic Hooey Alternate History Anthology
ISBN (Paperback) : 978-1927598085
ASIN (Kindle) : B017CJ1ZZ0

A collection of original and remarkable Digital Science Fiction Short Story titles from new, established, and award winning science fiction writers, including: Scramble - by Martin L. Shoemaker Prospect of a World I Dream - by Alex Kane Across the Terminator - by David Tallerman Plotting War - by Chuck Rothman Picking Up Plans in Palma - by Matthew W. Quinn Burying Engines - by Marilyn K. Martin Catch a Fallen Star - by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks A Moment of Clarity - by R.L. Robinson & E.C. Forbes Entangled - by Rachael Acks Water Finds Its Path - by Robert Lowell Russell We know you'll enjoy these terrific science fiction stories.
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Pressure Suite Alternate History Anthology
ISBN (Paperback) : 978-1927598092
ASIN (Kindle) : B016SEPGY6

Pressure Suite: Digital Science Fiction Anthology - Short Story Collection Book 3, is an anthology of original science fiction short stories from professional writers.
This release of Digital Science Fiction's anthology series delves into the corners of the human psyche to push and prod and demonstrate how our species acts under varying degrees of adversity.
We didn't intentionally seek out any particular theme - it emerged and developed its own life as if it was sentient and wanted to emphatically demonstrate its existence. From the slightly humorous to an in-depth look at how the mind can fragment under intense strain, these ten stories cover the gamut of human responses to pressure.
Ten original and remarkable stories by professional science fiction authors: - Matthew W. Quinn - Coil Gun - William R. Eakin - 50-Foot Woman Over Redgunk, Mississippi - Laura J. Campbell - Beyond Valhalla - R.J. Bell - Brae na rd - David Murphy - The Blanket Box - Kyle Aisteach - Pressure and the Argument Tree - James C. Glass - Skirmish at Heklara - Fox Mc Geever - The Crossing - Kate O'Connor - The Sun Dodgers - Jason Palmer - Son of Man
Digital Science Fiction Anthology 3 welcomes back Christine Clukey as editor.

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Single-Author Anthologies

Flashing Steel, Flashing Fire Alternate History by Matthew W. Quinn
ISBN (Paperback) : 978-1499788310
ASIN (Kindle) : B00KRG11SM

"Coil Gun" and "Picking Up Plans In Palma" are both set in a world where the Dutch settle southern Africa 200 years earlier than in our history, leading to a Cold War between the US and the apartheid-like Afrikaner Confederation, a war that goes hot in 2001. "The Beast of the Bosporus" is "secret history"--it posits that the Ottoman vizier Sokullu Mehmed Pasha summoned a minor Lovecraftian horror in Constantinople after the Battle of Lepanto but that this is something not well-known to historians.

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