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on December 14, 2010
In reviewing Lou Antonelli's second collection of short stories, I should mention that I published two of the featured stories in Science Fiction Trails, which I edit. Like a lot of Antonelli's work, his beloved Texas is the backdrop to a fair bit of the book's content, though not everything is a Texas tale. This is a collection of science fiction that moves seamlessly through some very different time periods.
My personal favorite was "Good News For the Dead." It's not the first time dead people have been put to work, but the take on it is fresh and well told.
The book is nicely laid out and well edited. These are Antonelli's best stories and there really isn't a bad one in the bunch.