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Short fiction and poetry previously published in magazines and anthologies, including several items released only in limited edition printings, and a new story, "Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail." Hardbound with cover art by Ron Walotsky.
Paperback, 313 pages
Published February 1st 1997 by Nesfa Press
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Wm
Not for every reader and not every piece will land for even the readers that like Ford's work generally so the five stars is for what landed with me and never mind what didn't. In particular (but not exclusively): All Our Propagation, Walkaway Clause and Riding the Hammer.
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This is the slip cased edition number 74 of 175 copies signed by both John M. Ford and Ron Walotsky from Boskone 34.
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John Milo "Mike" Ford was a science fiction and fantasy writer, game designer and poet.

Ford was regarded (and obituaries, tributes and memories describe him) as an extraordinarily intelligent, erudite and witty man. He was a popular contributor to several online discussions. He composed poems, often improvised, in both complicated forms and blank verse, notably Shakespearean pastiche; he also wrot
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