The Tulku of Titan (Published in The Martian Wave 2015)

Each year, Nomadic Delirium Press puts out an excellent anthology exploring what life in off-world colonies might be like. For the 2015 edition, I was fortunate enough to have a story accepted, The Tulku of Titan (page 126).

Story summary: It’s starting to look like the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama isn’t on Earth – but that was always going to be a risk once people started colonising the Solar System. And, once the senior monks responsible for locating the Dalai Lama arrive on Titanville, they are faced with yet another surprise…

To buy The Martian Wave 2015 from Amazon, click here. To buy direct from the publisher, click here.

Book Details:

Publisher: Nomadic Delirium Press
Date Published: August 2015
ISBN: 978-0986370519
Editor: J. Alan Erwine
Authors: Josh Brown | David Castlewitz | Alicia Cole | T. Fox Dunham | Robert P. Hansen | Andrew L. MacDonald | Mike Morgan | Jerry L. Robinette | E. J. Shumak | Matthew Spence | Glen R. Stripling | David Wright


Behind The Scenes

Fastest fiction sale I ever had. I emailed off the story and within 24 hours I had an acceptance. If only they were all that easy! Nomadic Delirium Press is a great company to work with!


Standalone E-Book

In April 2016, this story was released as a standalone e-book by Nomadic Delirium Press. Click here for details of this release.

Later in 2016, the story was re-packaged along with its sequel The Terror of Titan as another e-book. Click here for details of that version.

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