rayguns over texas Scott Cupp generously sent me a copy of Rayguns Over Texas, a collection of Science Fiction short stories written by Texas writers. I love the cover by Rocky Kelley (no relation)! Bruce Sterling provides a wonderful Introduction. Scott Cupp’s essay on his SF reading is masterful. Neal Barrett, Jr., Joe R. Lansdale, and Michael Moorcock wrote my favorite stories in this collection, but there are plenty of other enjoyable stories here. Pick up a copy soon before they’re all gone!
◾Texas Over Rayguns by Bruce Sterling
◾It’s All Lew’s Fault by Richard Klaw
◾Books Are My Thing: Adventures in Texas Science Fiction by Scott A. Cupp
◾Babylon Moon by Matthew Bey
◾Texas Died for Somebody’s Sins But Not Mine by Stina Leicht
◾The Nostalgia Differential by Michael Moorcock
◾Novel Properties of Certain Complex Alkaloids by Lawrence Person
◾Rex by Joe R. Lansdale
◾The Atmosphere Man by Nicky Drayden
◾La Bamba Boulevard by Bradley Denton
◾Operators are Standing By by Rhonda Eudaly
◾The Art of Absence by Don Webb
◾An Afternoon’s Nap, or; Five Hundred Years Ahead by Aurelia Hadley Mohl
◾Grey Goo and You by Derek Austin Johnson
◾Defenders of Beeman County by Aaron Allston
◾Sovereign Wealth by Chris N. Brown
◾Jump the Black by Marshall Ryan Maresca
◾Timeout by Neal Barret, Jr.
◾Pet Rock by Sanford Allen
◾Take a Left at the Cretaceous by Mark Finn
◾The Chambered Eye by Jessica Reisman
◾Best Energies by Josh Rountree
◾Appendix A: The Essential Texas Writers
◾Appendix B: Other Texas Writers You Should Check Out
◾Appendix C: The Essential Texas Artists

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