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Copy Me: & Other Science Fiction Stories Paperback – November 5, 2014
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
About the Author
Laston lives in a small two bedroom apartment with his wife, three daughters and an old cat. He writes with one hand, gently holding the rest of the world at bay with the other. He's fond of tabletop boardgames and all things nerdy. Oh, he works in tech, but can't talk about it. [Note from Meg Tufano, S+ Publisher: After ten months of suffering cancer, Laston Kirkland could not hold death at bay. He went into end-of-life care on August 5th, 2016, surrounded by his wife and daughters, one hand still writing his next book. He died four nights later. Although his secrets about his tech life died with him, lucky for us his ingenious stories live on.]
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I worked with Kirkland to convince him to get his stories published because he doesn't realize what a gift he has (does any writer, I wonder?) Another reviewer wrote, "
I loved working with this author, but especially love it that his phenomenal imagination has finally been "captured" in print. Another reviewer wrote, "On a part with the likes of David Brin, Neal Stephenson, and Charles Cross.