Alien Dimensions Science Fiction Fantasy and Metaphysical Short Stories Anthology Series

Alien Dimensions Science Fiction Fantasy Metaphysical Short Stories Anthologies

Welcome to the Alien Dimensions website. Thank you for visiting. If you’re looking for new science fiction books, you’ve come to the right place! Alien Dimensions is released every 4-5 weeks, so there’ll always be something new just around the corner for you. You’ll find each issue in digital and in print via Amazon.

The new Alien Dimensions book and ebook series features stories written by authors from around the planet. The stories not only explore alien concepts, they’re written from alien countries! You’ll find different sentence styles, different perspectives on situations, different styles of conflict, different kinds of protagonists.

Enjoy a much more alien experience of science fiction with Alien Dimensions!

Alien Dimensions Science Fiction Fantasy and Metaphysical Stories Anthology Series

Alien Dimensions Issue 9 is now available, and features stories from the following authors:

Path of Least Resistance by Tom Howard (USA)
Wandering Woods by Gustavo Bondoni (Argentina)
The Missionary by Nicky Martin (USA)
The Plan by Sam Honour (UK)
Still in Beta by Neil A. Hogan (Australia)
Tiara and the Comet Apocalypse Part 2 by Neil A. Hogan (Australia)

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Alien Dimensions Issue 9 Digital

Alien Dimensions Issue 9 Print

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Thanks again for visiting. The world needs more people interested in science fiction.

Neil A. Hogan