Eco-Fiction/Ecology

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“Natural Selection A Collection of Short Stories”, April 1, 2013
A man uses cyber-eavesdropping to make love. A technocratic government uses gifted people as tools to recast humanity. The ruins of a city serve as battleground between pro-technologists and pro-naturalists. From time-space guardians to cybersex, GMO, and biotech implants, this short story collection is a journey of great scope, imagination and vision.

Literate…intelligent…a pleasure to read.”–Barbara Rogan, author of Suspicion

“...A stunning example of good storytelling with an excellent setting and cast of characters.”–Tangent Online

Written with flare and a conscience…Munteanu shines a light on human evolution and how the choices we do or don’t make today, may impact our planet and future generations.”–JP McLean, author of The Gift Legacy

Like Larry Niven’s Tales of Known Space, many of the stories in this collection involve the same universe. Nina’s stories tease you, though, I want to know more about this universe of hers.”– Amazon Review

A collection of gritty, hard scrabble stories about a possible future … a well written, thought provoking collection of stories“–Amazon Review

“Nina Munteanu is a gifted writer. Each story surprises and delights.”—Allan Stanleigh, co-author of USNA and The Caretakers

Natural Selection
A Collection of Short Stories
by Nina Munteanu
Pixl Press
ISBN 978-0981101286
Published April 1, 2013
Trade Paperback 120p
Digital ebook

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DarwinsParadox-Cover-FINALsmall“Darwin’s Paradox”, November 5, 2007
A devastating disease. A world on the brink of violent change. One woman who can save it or destroy it all… Julie Crane must confront the will of the ambitious virus lurking inside her to fulfill her final destiny as Darwin s Paradox, the key to the evolution of an entire civilization.

This book was hard to put down…takes you into scientific theory, hard science facts, and political intrigue while still telling a story about characters that you can care about. This is half hard Science Fiction, half personal struggle.” —Tina Hunter, Goodreads Reviewer 

Perfect for any collection appealing to avid science fiction readers.” — Midwest Book Review

A fast-paced thrill ride through a futuristic landscape that’s as eerily familiar as it is alarming.”—J.P.McLean, author of The Gift Trilogy

 “A thrill ride that makes you think and tugs the heart!”—Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of Wake.

Darwin’s Paradox
by Nina Munteanu
Dragon Moon Press
ISBN 978-1896944685
Published November 5, 2007
Trade Paperback 280p

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AngelofChaos_Cover-front-web“Angel of Chaos”,  October 17, 2010
In 2095 Darwin’s evolution kills. Darwin’s Disease is tearing apart the ordered peace of North America. Julie Crane is a brilliant data handler with a unique talent for finding the impossible fast, and getting into trouble faster. Her relentless search for a cure leads her to a horrifying discovery that incriminates her in a heinous conspiracy to recast humankind.

Nina Munteanu’s Angel of Chaos is a gripping blend of big scientific ideas, cutthroat politics and complex yet sympathetic characters that will engage readers from its thrilling opening to its surprising and satisfying conclusion.”—Hayden Trenholm, Aurora-winning writer of The Steele Chronicles

Wonderfully written.”—Elizabeth Engstrom

This is a story with great scope…as Julie finds out the truth about her father, she discovers a truth that will tear her world apart.”—Bill Johnson, author of A Story is a Promise

Munteanu combines gritty science fiction with environmental activism … Munteanu ignites a fire in her reader’s imagination.”—Lesley Donaldson, author of  The Queen’s Viper

Angel of Chaos
by Nina Munteanu
Dragon Moon Press
ISBN 978-1897492123
Published October 17, 2010
Trade Paperback 306p

Water Is-cover“Water is…The Meaning of Water”, April 12, 2016

Internationally published author, teacher and limnologist Nina Munteanu explores one of the most important elements of Earth.

Nina Munteanu’s “Water Is…” represents the culmination of over twenty-five years of dedication as limnologist and aquatic ecologist in the study of water. As a research scientist and environmental consultant, Nina studied water’s role in energizing and maintaining the biomes, ecosystems, and communities of our precious planet. During her consulting career for industry and government, Nina discovered a great disparity between humanity’s use, appreciation and understanding of water. This set in motion a quest to further explore our most incredible yet largely misunderstood and undervalued substance.

Part history, part science and part philosophy and spirituality,Water Is…” combines personal journey with scientific discovery that explores water’s many “identities” and ultimately our own.

This book emotionally connected me with water… It reminded me that life reveals in each space a complex system that is full of surprise and beauty. A system of which I am part, without separation.”—Laura Fres, One Deep Sustainability, Barcelona, Spain

Nina Munteanu shares her deep wisdom, experience and knowledge of humanity’s greatest natural resource…I am deeply grateful for this book by so highly qualified an author.“—Elisabet Sahtouris, author of Gaia’s Dance

This book tries to zero in on the missing part, the great unknown of water, and it does it in a very intelligent and charming way.”—Elmar C. Fuchs, WETSUS Program Manager

A sumptuous collection of treasures.” —B. Kroeplin,  scientist and author of World in a Drop, Germany

An astounding journey!”—Michael Jocobi, physicist at the Institute of Flow Sciences, Germany

Water Is… The Meaning of Water
by Nina Munteanu
Pixl Press
ISBN: 978-0-9811012-4-8 (print); 978-0-9811012-5-5 (digital)
Published April 12, 2016
Trade Paperback/Digital + Index, Bibliography

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