Thinking the Forbidden Thoughts


You are not supposed to read this book.
You are not supposed to think about reading this book.
In fact, just plain thinking at all is unacceptable.
You have been warned….

From hilarious to horrifying to dangerously insightful, a selection of stories that must not be told, for they slaughter the sacred cows of our age.

Do you dare read them?

Stories by Nick Cole, John C. Wright, Sarah A. Hoyt, Brad R. Torgersen, Vox Day and more…

Non-fiction articles by Tom Kratman and Larry Corriea

From the Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance:

Jason Rennie, editor at Superversive Press, has just announced the publication of Forbidden Thoughts, an anthology of short fiction stories and non-fiction articles. The book features an introduction by the great Milo Yiannopoulos and stories and articles by an impressive roster of heavy hitters in the right-minded sci fi world.

From the introduction by Milo Yiannopoulos:

If I were to put the current state of the science fiction genre into SF terms, it would be a space ship under attack. I won’t say which ship I’m thinking of, because this introduction would quickly dissolve into insufferable megafans arguing about whether or not the Enterprise could take down an Imperial Star Destroyer (no way in hell).

The crew of our ship  is being thrown from side to side, red lights are flashing and a klaxon is blaring. Sensors indicate the entity attacking the ship is an amorphous blob of low intelligence but extremely high malevolence. Engineering reports imminent hull breach — if the captain doesn’t react quickly, they will be little more than space dust.

If this were an actual story, the crew would try to figure out why this alien force is so hostile, and what it is doing in formerly friendly territory in the first place. We can drop the analogy now, because we already know what is plaguing science fiction

Our crisis is a cult of politically correct crybabies intent on bringing science fiction in line with their ominously authoritarian groupthink at any cost. They are known collectively as social justice warriors (SJW for short) and you are probably quite familiar with them if you are reading Forbidden Thoughts.

The first reviews are already in, and, as of the time of this writing, the book is already #1 all SF anthology, outpacing the immensely talented Mr. Ted Chiang.

Allow me to quote:

It’s wonderful to see efforts such as this to save the SF genre from the cruel, evil forces of the politically correct Social Justice Warriors. Even if you don’t like a single story here (and no one’s taste is that bad, except for SJW’s), the Introduction by Milo is worth more than the entire price of the book, and the non-fiction by Larry Correia and Colonel Kratman are worth even more than that. Buy it. Promote it. You can even tell some of your leftist friends about it if they have enough reason left to be educated. Few things could be better for SF than spreading the ideas taught by this book as widely as possible. This is an excellent book, and every rational SF fan should have it.

And another:

Wow! This is effectively the 3rd volume of Dangerous Visions, the book that has been on hold forever. Ellison created Dangerous Visions and its sequel as a place for stories that were too controversial for editors to touch. This is what you will find in here. From the opening forward by Milo Yiannopoulos to the final story by Sarah Hoyt, the book held me in thrall. Each of the authors contributed something unique and enjoyable, yet guaranteed to make heads explode. Don’t miss it!