The Evolution of the Human Body

The Future Embodied (Kindle version) is now Live!

Working on this project was akin to watching a dream take physical form.  Physical copies of The Future Embodied should be available sometime next week.


The Future Embodied – An anthology of speculative stories exploring how science and technology might change our bodies and what it means to be human. Imagine what our ancestors a mere hundred years ago would have thought of the modern world. Think of the medical marvels we experience on a daily basis that would have seemed impossible. Recent medical advances have dramatically extended the human life-span to unthinkable lengths. Science has changed how we live in this world. Technology has allowed humanity to dramatically alter our environment, how we communicate, and how we experience life. Imagine now what our descendants might experience. What new trials or tribulations will the future of humanity suffer, or overcome? The final frontier won’t be out in space but inside our own bodies.

Experience the future as imagined via nineteen powerful voices envisioning what we might become. Including stories from: William F. Nolan, David Gerrold, Ree Soesbee, Jennifer Brozek, Katrina Nicholson, Nghi Vo, Jennifer R. Povey, Sarah Pinsker, Thomas Brennan, Miles Britton, Megan Lee Beals, Lauren C. Teffeau, Shane Robinson, John Skylar, Preston Dennett, Alexandra Grunberg, Wayne Helge, and Holly Schofield.

 Now available on Amazon for $4.99.   (Other e-book formats will be available in May, 2014)


3 responses

  1. Reblogged this on Alexandra Grunberg and commented:
    My story “Tezt Messages” was just published in “The Future Embodied.” Check it out!

    April 13, 2014 at 5:09 am

  2. Lauren C. Teffeau

    Reblogged this on Lauren C. Teffeau and commented:
    So glad this project is now available! The anthology features my story “Resonance” and others from a great roster of writers.

    April 14, 2014 at 7:43 am

  3. J Cravens

    Jason said I should let you know: Your story in this book was so touching. I cried so hard. Now I’ve gone and bought the book for my mom as well for your story 🙂 Thank you. Thank you for touching me so deeply.

    June 1, 2014 at 2:37 am

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