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A passenger off the Titanic, a Roman gladiator, a temporal physicist. They've all been rescued from certain death, but now they're stuck in a strange research facility that operates on the fringes of the law. "The Survivors' Menagerie" is a novelette by up-and-coming science fiction author Kyle Aisteach.
ebook, 31 pages
Published 2011 by Lightning Cellar Publications
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Kyle Aisteach lives with his husband in the desert in northern Los Angeles County. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in Classics and Theatre, and he has an MFA in Creative Writing from Fresno State. In his spare time, Kyle enjoys bicycling, weightlifting, rock climbing, scuba diving, and harassing people with different political views.

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