Close Encounters of the Urban Kind

Posted: February 8, 2010 in Anthologies, Short Fiction

Close Encounters of the Urban Kind

Close Encounters of the Urban Kind


Yet more publication news for you, my friends!
The much anticipated anthology Close Encounters of the Urban Kind now has a release date, and is available for pre-order at a discounted rate. Edited by the phenomenal Jennifer Brozek, this collection features tales told at that fascinating intersection of Little Gray Men and the “Guy with the Hook for a Hand.” It’s an intersection that I’m only-so-happy to hang out at. My story is called “Frames of Reference” and combines my love of aliens with my deep and sometimes perverse love of film for a genuinely spooky day in Los Angeles. Also featuring “Two Out, Wendigo” by my occasional co-conspirator Rosemary Jones, and “Racing Lights” by fellow Seattlite Erik Scott de Bie, it’s a strong showing for the Emerald City.

Set to come out on the last day of Norwescon, April 4th, order your copy now and see what all the buzz is going to be about.

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