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A Reverie for Mister Ray: Reflections on Life, Death, and Speculative Fiction

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A collection of nonfiction work by American writer Michael Bishop that includes essays and reviews from 1975 to 2004, originally published in a wide variety of newspapers, magazines, literary journals, and fanzines. Most of the pieces concern the speculative fiction genre.
Hardcover, signed slipcased edition limited to 200 numbered copies, 611 pages
Published 2005 by PS Publishing
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Michael Lawson Bishop is an award-winning American writer. Over four decades & thirty books, he has created a body of work that stands among the most admired in modern sf & fantasy literature.

Bishop received a bachelor's from the Univ. of Georgia in 1967, going on to complete a master's in English. He taught English at the US Air Force Academy Preparatory School in Colorado Springs from 1
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