Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Rayguns Over Texas

Since the end of the Civil War, Texans have played an essential role in the history of science fiction. Acclaimed and influential writers such as Bruce Sterling, Michael Moorcock, Howard Waldrop, Walter M. Miller, Jr., Marion Zimmer Bradley, Gene Wolfe, Neal Barrett, Jr., L. Sprague DeCamp, Chad Oliver, John Steakley, and Elizabeth Moon all called The Lone Star State home.

Continuing this proud tradition, Rayguns Over Texas features 17 original and two classic tales that reflect the current creative state of Texas sci-fi, alongside historical essays and an introduction by Hugo award-winning, Texas ex-pat Bruce Sterling.

The prize-winning Richard Klaw, editor of The Apes of Wrath and co-founder of the groundbreaking Mojo Press, compiled a collection of stories by masters of the realm and fresh new writers featuring the talents of Joe R. Lansdale, Michael Moorcock, Bradley Denton, Neal Barret Jr., Stina Leicht, Aaron Allston, Don Webb, Aurelia Hadley Mohl, Chris N. Brown, Mark Finn, Josh Rountree, Marshall Ryan Maresca, Matthew Bey, Lawrence Person, Nicky Drayden, Rhonda Eudaly, Sanford Allen, Derek Austin Johnson, Jessica Reisman, and Scott A. Cupp.

Premiering on August 29 at LoneStarCon 3 (aka the 71st Annual World Science Fiction Convention) in San Antonio, Rayguns Over Texas will be available shortly after at finer outlets in both trade paperback and ebook formats.

Rayguns Over Texas

978-0-9892706-1-8 (ebook)
$6.99 (ebook)     

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