Saturday, August 04, 2007

Media Release for Infinite Space Infinite God


CONTACT: Karina Fabian
Phone: (540) 538-3327

For Immediate Release

Elysabeth's Emerald City (
Features a Unique Look at Sci-Fi

Internet, World-Wide-- Infinite Space, Infinite God, edited by Karina and Robert Fabian makes a stop at Elysabeth's Emerald City on August 6, 2007, on its August virtual book tour.

"Virtual book tours are a terrific means for getting word out to readers," said Karina Fabian. "Bloggers like Elysabeth have audiences who are interested in books, in quality fiction, and in matters of writing, science and faith. We're visiting 43 sites over the month. We've had great fun preparing and expect to generate a lot of buzz about Infinite Space, Infinite God."

Infinite Space, Infinite God, which won the EPPIE award for best electronically-published science fiction comes out in print August 15 from Twilight Times Books. It features fifteen stories about the future Catholic Church. They tell of Catholics struggling to evangelize to aliens and lost human colonies and to determine the soul-status for genetically modified humans, genetically-designed chimeras, and clones made from the Martian sand. They feature the adventures of religious orders devoted to protecting interstellar travelers and inner-city priests. Two stories explore how technical advances allow monks to live in solitude on the Moon and to help one criminal learn the true meaning of Confession. The introductions discuss present doctrine and current trends in technology to set the framework for the stories and to encourage discussion. (Media room available at

Elysabeth will post an interview from Karina exploring a bit more about the book.

The Fabians’ first anthology, Leaps of Faith, featured Christian SF and was a finalist for the 2003 EPPIE and 2004 Dream Realms awards. Karina Fabian helped found the Catholic Writer’s Guild, and Robert Fabian is a former speechwriter for the Chief of Staff of the Air Force and writes about space policy. Learn more at

Infinite Space, Infinite God is available in bookstores or online at


Ghost Girl said...

Wow! This is really fascinating!

elysabeth said...

I can't wait to get the review to post. Be on the lookout for the interview Monday. I may even read the book if my father doesn't come up with the review and post a review myself -

Thanks for stopping by - E :)

Clive said...

Looks interesting. Incidently, on the topic of SF and religion, have you read 'A Case of Conscience' by James Blish. 'Fascinating,' as Mr Spock would say.
Looking forward to reading the review.