Nickolaus Pacione managed to get this one up rather quickly. He thought of this one should had got more recognition than it did. So here it is. He has written six books and edited nine anthologies his sixth anthology and fourth sequel to Tabloid Purposes. He calls this one Gary Starta's installment but Tabloid Purposes IV is always going to be his -- he's working on anthology number ten and eleven but they will be released out of order. This is noted for "Cyber: Terror: Machine" set in the same years as Robocop and Terminator. It's not a sequel to any of them and he saw a kinship to Metropolis within the colorized version of the film.
This anthology Pacione had a hard time getting everyone to match the vision he had in mind for this but the results turned out interesting enough. Born August 3, 1976, his 2014 release, "Legend Keeper" is similar in nature to Cyber: Terror: Machine -- that Dystopian element creeped into that monster.
Cyber: Terror: Machine is the largest tale of his science fiction output and also one of the darkest; it takes ideas he explored with The Storms Of Armegeddon and brought them to Chicago. Dystopian Cli-Fi with his Storm Menace elements. The novella was quite menacing for him but predicted how print on demand tech will bring the print book back to the landscape.show more