Iota Cycle by Russell Lutz
Iota Cycle

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Title: Iota Cycle
Author: Russell Lutz
Editor: Paul Hughes
Cover Designer: EB Lutz
Publisher: Silverthought Press, Philadelphia, NY
Publication date: June 2006
ISBN-10: 0-9774110-4-4

ISBN-13: 978-0-9774110-4-7
hardcover, gray cloth with jacket
Page Count: 212
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces
Retail Price: $18.99
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Returnable: Yes

Iota Cycle
by Russell Lutz

About Iota Cycle

At the end of the Twenty-Second Century, the colonization ship Hermione launches from Earth toward the star Iota Horologii. Fifty-six light years away from home, intrepid settlers build a society both strange and familiar on the planets and moons of the Iota system. As the population of the system expands, economic and social tensions between the planets are stretched to the breaking point. Iota Cycle chronicles the life and death of the Iota Horologii colony through the eyes of those settlers and their descendants.

About Russell Lutz

Russell Lutz makes his novel publishing debut with Iota Cycle. His short stories have previously appeared in several webzines and magazines. He won the 2005 SFFWorld First Place prize for short fiction for the Iota Cycle story "Fall". His story "Athens 3004" appeared in the short fiction anthology Silverthought: Ignition. He lives and works in Seattle.

Awards | Honors

  • June 2007: Iota Cycle by Russell Lutz receives Honorable Mention in 2007 New York Book Festival Awards for Science Fiction
  • October 2006: Iota Cycle by Russell Lutz wins 2006 DIY Book Festival Award for Science Fiction
Press Contact:
    Paul Hughes
    Executive Editor, Silverthought Press
    32148 State Route 26
    Philadelphia, NY 13673

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