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Breaking Windows: A Fantastic Metropolis Sampler

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Breaking Windows features a well-balanced presentation of stories, interviews, and essays from the avant garde Fantastic Metropolis website. Featuring a stunning cover by Hawk Alfredson, Breaking Windows includes such contributors as Michael Moorcock, Jeff VanderMeer, China Mieville, Carol Emshwiller, Andrew S. Fuller, Zoran Zivkovic, Dan Pearlman, John Dodds, Rhys Hughes, Jeffrey Ford, Colin Brush, Barrington Bayley, Rachel Pollack, Aleksandar Gatalica, Nathan Ballingrud, Luis Filipe Silva, Joao Barreiros, L. Timmel Duchamp, James Sallis, Andrew Hedgecock, Jeff Topham, and Paul Witcover.

Table of Contents

“Introduction” Luís Rodrigues

“Christmas Editorial” Michael Moorcock
“The Shadow Cabinet” Jeff VanderMeer
“The Private Passion of the Rebellious Reader” L. Timmel Duchamp

“(All That Happens) Before the Epilogue” Andrew S. Fuller
“Captain’s Library” Zoran Zivkovic
“Cogitor, Ergo Sum” Dan Pearlman
”Dr. North’s Wound” John Dodds
“Gauntlet of Gorgons” Rhus Hughes
“Horrors By Waters” Jeffrey Ford
“Lottery” Colin Brush
“Love in Backspace” Barrington J. Bayley
“Pandora’s Bust” Rachel Pollack
“Self-Portraits” Aleksandar Gatalica
“She Found Heaven” Nathan Ballingrud
“Still Memories” Luís Filipe Silva
“The Test” Jão Barreiros

“An Excellence of Peake” Michael Moorcock
“Feverish Country, This” James Sallis
“Fifty Science Fiction & Fantasy Books Socialists Should Read” China Miéville
“Old Nick and the Magician of Moscow” Andrew Hedgecock
“Rescued from Oblivion” Jeff Topham
“Utopia in Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke” Zoran Zivovic
“Writing Rules I like to Break” Carol Emshwiller

“The Bayley-Moorcock Letters” Michael Moorcock & Barrington Bayley
“Dan Pearlman Interview” Jeff VanderMeer
“To Ask the Real Questions” Paul Witcover

Cover art by Hawk Alredson
Cover design by Garry Nurrish

248 pages, Hardcover

First published May 1, 2003

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