This SF short story collection is the first in a series of speculative fiction collections, produced by the Belgium-based publishing house Infinite Acacia. The anthology presents fifteen largely new writers, whose stories, according to editor Dany G. Zuwen, have in common that their premise "as of today, is impossible".
The stories range from the extremely short, readable while waiting in line at the supermarket (P. Anthony Ramanauskas's 'Six Minutes' takes you, well, exactly six minutes to read) to the longer, though this in itself says nothing about their complexity...
(And the really good part....)
J.B. Rockwell's 'Infinity' accomplishes what few writers have done before: the story makes the reader feel compassionate about an object. A spaceship, in this story. As in Wall-e, the spaceship and its maintenance robots draw more compassion from the reader than its human crew.
All in all, this anthology is a worthwhile read. The editor has found s few excellent new authors of whom I am looking forward to read more.