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Tesseracts Twelve: New Novellas of Canadian Fantastic Fiction (Tesseracts #12)

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Tesseracts Twelve is unlike any other volume in this critically acclaimed series showcasing the best in Canadian speculative fiction. For the first time in its distinguished history, Tesseracts focuses on novellas, the form believed by many to be the best expression of fantastic and speculative storytelling.

In Tesseracts Twelve, the series' most ambitious volume to date,

Paperback, 285 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by EDGE
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This newest collection of Canadian fantastic fiction looks at the novella (17,500 to 40,000 words), the hardest-to-sell length of fiction.

In a small town in Alberta, an intact baby woolly mammoth is found buried in the snow. When Samuel, the town’s "smart person," touches the carcass, the mammoth’s life force is transferred to him, and he begins to have weird visions about being chased by beings on two legs. During a town-wide party, with mammoth stew as the main course (over Samuel’s strong obj
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Claude Lalumière is the author of the story collections Objects of Worship and Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes and of the mosaic novella The Door to Lost Pages . He has edited more than a dozen anthologies, including the Aurora Award finalist Tesseracts Twelve: New Novellas of Canadian Fantastic Fiction . His first fiction – “Bestial Acts” – appeared in Interzone in 2002, and he has s ...more
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