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Uncanny Valley

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Collected short fiction by Alistair Gentry. A magic talking dog castrates the Estuary Gaffer Tape Rapist with his teeth... A robot maid becomes infatuated with a painting by Gauguin and trades housework for sabotage... Lies and sexual deviance at the offices of Gene, the Magazine for Modern Parents... The last living intellectual escapes from his cage at the zoo and goes ...more
Paperback, First, 184 pages
Published May 20th 2010 by Lulu (first published July 9th 2008)
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Lainey
Feb 22, 2016 Lainey rated it really liked it
Supposedly a bunch of short stories submitted by people who died years prior to tell their personal tales of bizarre happenings of their time living in Uncanny Valley.
Few of the stories relate to one another and the demise of Uncanny Valley
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"As far as I can judge, I am not actually mentally ill." (Vincent Van Gogh, 1889)

I’m a free range writer and artist from the UK. My work is diverse and has been seen and heard in digital media, on radio, television and the stage, in art galleries, at film festivals, in print and on the net. I make and show work across Britain and internationally.

Group exhibitions include ‘New Forest Pavilion’ at t
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