- 28 July 2012
The Science Fiction Show and Knightwatch Press are pleased to announce the release of Battlespace a charity military science fiction anthology.
This military science fiction anthology is comprised of 28 stories from 28 authors from around the world. All profits from the book go to Warrior Cry Music Project which helps wounded war veterans.
Battlespace is the creation of three U.S. Air Force veterans who produce The Science Fiction Show podcast that were looking for a way to support wounded warriors.
With the support of show fans and Knightwatch Press they put out the call for submission and got an incredible response.
Submissions came from around the world and from wide spectrum of the community. Authors include active duty military members, military retirees, first time writers and established writers.
Steve J. Sansweet, the chief executive of a 9,000 square-foot non-profit membership museum housing the largest private collection of Star Wars memorabilia in the world, wrote the forward. Sansweet is also the author of 16 books on the Star Wars sage including the 1.1 million-word The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia.
Editors Jason Tudor and Keith Houin are bothe retired U.S. Air Force members currently living and working in Europe. Michael J. Wistock works in telecommunication in California.