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The Last Man Anthology: Tales of Catastrophe, Disaster, and Woe Paperback – October 26, 2010

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In this eclectic and flawed collection, 41 new and reprinted stories and poems explore a sense of disaster and finality. Venerable SF tales such as H.G. Wells's "The Star," Ray Bradbury's "There Will Come Soft Rains" (as well as its namesake poem by Sara Teasdale), and C.J. Cherryh's "Cassandra" keep company with high school English staples like Emily Dickinson's "The Last of Summer," Robert Frost's "Fire & Ice," and Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death." Given that lineup, it's no surprise that most of the newer work falls short. There are some standouts, like Aaron M. Wilson's "The Paperless Doctrine of 2152," Murray Leder's "Under Erasure," and Liz R.F. Coley's "Origins," but the remainder are forgettable, incomprehensible, or uninspiring. Liguore has picked plenty of classics that evoke the right atmosphere, but as a whole the anthology never comes together.
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About the Author

A Pushcart Prize nominee, Hunter Liguore earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. Her stories generally push conventional boundaries of genre and subject matter. Her work has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, The Writer's Chronicle, Mason Road, The MacGuffin, Strange Horizons, Steampunk Tales, SLAB Literary, Barely South Review, Rio Grande Review, The Aurorean, and more. Her story, "Elder Leah," was performed by the Liar's League, at the Phoenix in London, September 2011. She is the editor-in-chief of the print journal, American Athenaeum and the online oral history project and journal, 1 Bookshelf. For more information, and links to her work, please visit: http://skytalewriter.com/index.php

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