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Isotropic Fiction #05 (Isotropic Fiction Magazine) [Kindle Edition]

Wood Jeff , St. Jean Dillon , Thompson Joseph , Messineo Len , Stephen V Ramey , Jones Merriam , Lowry James , Call Anna , Chambers Seth , Lucas Ahlsen

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    Book Description

    From alien invasions in the land of today to post-apocalyptic futures, this Isotropic Fiction double issue brings readers the best speculative and experimental fiction from around the world.

    In this issue readers will discover Dillon St. Jean's vividly told “The Men Who Dispose of Giants,” and Seth Chamber's uproarious take on humanity's initial contact with extraterrestrials in “The First Night of the Invasion.”

    In his two part story “Groceries,” Jeff Wood reveals the horror lurking around of everyday objects. And Len Messineo introduces a superlatively slimy politician in his wonderfully told, “The Starlite Hotel.”

    Anna Call reviews “Belly,” Julia Potts' animated short movie. Merriam Jones and James Lowry look at Lee Collins' “The Dead of Winter” and Neil Davies' “A World of Assassins,” respectively. Joseph Thompson gushes about “Spaceman: The Deluxe Edition,” and editor Lucas Ahlsen travels back a few decades in his review of the collection “Timeless Stories for Today and Tomorrow.”

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    • File Size: 631 KB
    • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
    • Publisher: Isotropic Fiction (November 29, 2012)
    • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00AG1ZQQQ
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    More About the Author

    Stephen V. Ramey was born July 18, 1957 in Montrose, Colorado, and spent his formative years in Monroeville, Pennsylvania writing/editing underground publications such as The Adventures of Peaches Pomidoodle, and the pun-laden Sir Gut. An avid bowler, he spent much of his free time in the gutters at Monroe Bowl, or keeping score behind benches awash in spilled beer and shattered cigarettes (Yeah, he was supposed to clean that up...). Through nobody's fault, he obtained a BS in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and eventually took his pilgrimage to Houston. Several years of tenuous Project Engineering, and a jaunt to northern Syria helped motivate him to pursue a different path. Writing it was. Writing it would be. Through all the years of hardware stores, book stores, and nonprofits, he has never stopped. His literary work now appears in venues such as Pure Slush, Nib Magazine, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and his speculative fiction has found a home in Daily Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, and Isotropic Fiction, among others. In 1992, he married multi-talented Susan Urbanek Linville, and became stepfather to a wonderful little girl (now a wonderful big girl). When he's not writing or reading, he's not worth a damn.


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