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The critically-acclaimed Panverse All-Original Novella Anthology Series showcases some of the strongest writing in contemporary SF & Fantasy. Stories from this series have made several reviewers' 'recommended reading' lists. Writing in Locus magazine (Sept. 2011), Gardner Dozois said of Panverse Three, "...good, solid, entertaining reading, and a good value for your mo ...more
Kindle Edition, 298 pages
Published (first published September 1st 2011)
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By day, Jason Stoddard is just another frustrated engineer-turned-ad-guy who is busy twisting the minds of millions of consumers for his evil corporate masters. At night, he writes science fiction that has been seen in SciFiction, Interzone, Strange Horizons, Talebones, and Futurismic, among others. Unfortunately, none of the agents or editors have yet believed his line that if he had a book deal, ...more