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The Joseph Street Digest is a periodic publication where each volume is dedicated to the publishing of a collection short stories or a single novelette of an author of fiction. A portion of all net sales contributes to a charity. 






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This volume's charity is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This featured author is science fiction writer Seth Underwood.

Seth Underwood presents to us a small collection of possible future events, and two short stories involving his female Android science fiction series. In his story, “The A-4 known as Helen”, we see the presentation of his model A-4 Android series contracting a disease and with his story, “The Pallas Quarantine”, we see the presentation of a love relationship between a human female and an A-4 Android.






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This volume's chosen charity is the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County. The featured author is Emmett Gray, an accomplished sound engineer and lighting designer, the author is often found working at the Washington DC events that dot the calendars of those in power.

Emmett Gray presents us with two of his science fiction short stories. One dealing man’s first mission to Mars that is actually more like a game show, and how part of mankind is dealing with Earth’s destiny with asteroid 2080B. 








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This volume's charity is the ProLiteracy. This volume's author is science fiction writer Seth Underwood.

Seth presents his ongoing storytelling and explanation of possible future historical events involving the crisis looming from melting of the ice caps due to Global Warming. Also included in this Volume is his story entitled “The Poverty Revolt of Titan” which is set much further in the future when mankind has settled amongst the planets. 





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This volume presents two works of speculative fiction from T. S. Dickson, three-time NaNoWriMo winner in the categories of Horror/Supernatural and Fantasy.

Dickson’s work defies easy categorization, as Writer’s Block and The Lowest Bidder illustrate. Both are brooding, introspective pieces, but there the similarities end.

In Writer’s Block, a nameless author finds a route into his own imagination, where he discovers a seductive, godlike power over the characters in his stories—only to realize too late that creative power and literary influence run down a treacherous two-way street.

On the surface, The Lowest Bidder is science fiction, but like Writer’s Block, the story is not readily classifiable. Ostensibly the tale of Leroy, the one-man crew of a spaceship on a resupply run, The Lowest Bidder is a commentary on the consequences of bureaucratic cost cutting, poor planning, and choosing the lowest bidder over the most competent.

Dive into Dickson’s thoughtful, darkly playful explorations of the human condition. But be careful—whether struggling with words or slowly running out of air, his characters have a way of reflecting reality.