"These stories are good enough to make The New Yorker's Eustace Tilley pop his cartoon monocle." --io9.com "A compelling collection...very unique and thought provoking." --Sacramento Book Review "All I really want to do, at the moment, is embrace the unsuspecting editors in a massive, spine-crunching bear hug" --Los Angeles Times "If you're interested in reading a bunch of stories written by some of the best contemporary writers out there, you'll like this anthology. If you also want to read some of the best science-fiction stories since the '70s, you'll love this anthology." --Tor.com
About the Author
James Patrick Kelly is the Hugo, Nebula, and Italia award--winning author of Burn, Think Like a Dinosaur, and Wildlife. He is a member of the faculty of the Stonecoast Creative Writing MFA Program at the University of Southern Maine. He has co-edited a series of anthologies with John Kessel, described by the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction as "each surveying with balance and care a potentially disputed territory within the field." Kelly is the technology columnist for Asimov's Science Fiction magazine and the publisher of the e-book 'zine Strangeways. John Kessel is a Nebula, Sturgeon, and Locus award winner and the author of Corrupting Dr. Nice, Good News From Outer Space, and The Pure Product. He teaches courses in science fiction, fantasy, and fiction writing at North Carolina State University. His criticism has appeared in Foundation, the Los Angeles Times Book Review, the New York Review of Science Fiction, and Science Fiction Age.