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Selecting Ourselves

includes short stories and excerpts of longer works, both old and new.

 

 

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Cover of soft bound version of A Perfect Blindness by W Lance Hunt

A Perfect Blindness: A Gritty Rock'n'Roll Tale

“Littered with cigarette butts, vodka bottles, and a dead body, A Perfect Blindness is a grunge rock fantasy[,] an escape story ideal for those who still live out their rock star dreams whenever they close their eyes.” —Clarion Review “smartly written and sharply atmospheric— a worthy […] addition to the literature of rock ‘n’ roll’s […]

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20 Years On

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Scars makes sense for the body—stop bleeding, prevent an infection, protect the break—quickly—to keep us alive and then repair the harm as fast as possible. Gotta keep going after all. But, some scars heal up better than others.

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The Musicality of Water

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Generally, I avoid books featuring fae, finding them too often derivative or pollyannish.  Mississippi Missing, an urban fantasy laced with fae, came as rather a surprise. It neither demanded I know everything about the entire fairy world. Nor assuming I share a fan’s devotion to the intricacies of Welsh, Scottish, and whatever-all-esle mythologies. Sure, a […]

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