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Alexis Glynn Latner
Alexis Glynn Latner has written "Hurricane Moon" (Pyr 2007) and more than two dozen stories in science fiction, fantasy, horror and mystery magazines and anthologies. She has a sailplane pilot's license, so she understands the calculus of risk and reward when people undertake adventure. She works... show more

Alexis Glynn Latner has written "Hurricane Moon" (Pyr 2007) and more than two dozen stories in science fiction, fantasy, horror and mystery magazines and anthologies. She has a sailplane pilot's license, so she understands the calculus of risk and reward when people undertake adventure. She works at Rice University's Fondren Library in Houston, Texas, and teaches creative writing through the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies at Rice. Her Website is http://www.alexisglynnlatner.com.
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Cat's Books: Romance
Cat's Books: Romance rated it 4 years ago
Review This collection is likely a little too large but the stories all fun. Sometimes, I wanted more romances but I was always eager to see what the pet would be. A Mate for Matrix by S.E. Smith has a wonderful the wolf cyborg as the pet. Stray by Susan Grant features Bang-Bang a ‘yipwag’ who i...
myworldinwordsandpages
myworldinwordsandpages rated it 5 years ago
*I requested to review a copy of this audiobook for an honest review from the author. With the huge storm Wu Tamika Felipe rolling in, Joe and Violet are sent dirt side to collect dirtsiders that have showed on scanners and bring them to safety. What they find is a cold spot in a cemetery, and land ...
Tracing The Stars
Tracing The Stars rated it 6 years ago
It was a dark and stormy night…. Actually, it was a category-five hurricane named Wu Tamika Felipe (yes, WTF) baring down on a futuristic New Orleans. Oh, and I should probably mention that New Orleans was a floating city, although the majority of the novel takes place in the old, ‘dirt-side’ New ...
After Octavian
After Octavian rated it 9 years ago
The final and by far the most uneven and disappointing volume in the 'Bending the Landscape' series. Few of the stories featured here rise above mediocrity and a couple are downright dreadful-so amateurish and so poorly structured that I'd hardly expect them to pass a college creative writing class ...
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