A collection of 50 speculative poems. Enter worlds where wishes are purchased alongside strawberries, robots save us from the monsters under the bed, and fireflies are mightier than Orion. Selections include never-before seen work as well as poems that appeared in magazines such as Asimov's Science Fiction, Drunk Monkeys, Eye to the Telescope, Flurb, Star*Line, and more.

Here's what people are saying:

[New Yesterdays, New Tomorrows] takes on weighty issues and showcases a wide-ranging perspective on the world, on society, on nature, on what makes us human... Quite a balancing act.
Vince Gotera, Editor of Star*Line

Brian Garrison has a remarkable gift for knocking out short poems that rebound from SF themes to bounce around inside your head for quite some time, in the manner of true literature. These kinds of poems look easy, but they're not, no more than is calligraphy.
Rudy Rucker, Cyberpunk

Fully engaging... love the sublime combination of wry observation and wit.
John Reinhart, Poet & Arsonist

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