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Lewis Shiner
Shiner is the author of the award-winning novel GLIMPSES, available in trade paperback from Subterranean Press. Included in the same series of Definitive Editions are his novels BLACK & WHITE, DARK TANGOS, DESERTED CITIES OF THE HEART, FRONTERA, SAY GOODBYE, and SLAM. Subterranean has also... show more

Shiner is the author of the award-winning novel GLIMPSES, available in trade paperback from Subterranean Press. Included in the same series of Definitive Editions are his novels BLACK & WHITE, DARK TANGOS, DESERTED CITIES OF THE HEART, FRONTERA, SAY GOODBYE, and SLAM. Subterranean has also published his career-spanning short fiction volume, COLLECTED STORIES. He lives in North Carolina, USA.For more information, see www.lewisshiner.com.
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Birth date: December 30, 1950
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 9 months ago
(Original Review, 1985)Isn't that just the thing? With the digital world, social media and the online life, comes an entirely new kind of creeping, monolithic conformity. When everywhere you go cookies are recording your choices, advertising companies can predict your needs and your boss is your fri...
Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it 2 years ago
Wow! What a collection of stories. This was my first Lansdale, but it certainly won’t be my last. This is grisly stuff. Blood, guts, sex with corpses. It’s all on full display here; Lansdale’s stories come with sharp edges and a dark, maniacal energy. Published in 1989, this book stands with the b...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
Initial reaction: Probably 3.5 stars. There are some really interesting and good stories in the mix included here, and only a few that didn't really strike me all that well, whether it was the fact some of them were random and not necessarily what I would term cyberpunk, or that some of them seemed ...
Ana V.
Ana V. rated it 7 years ago
I started this book last year for the one and only reason that it was directed by George Martin, and I was in love with his style from his now well-known and massively-mediatized series, A Song of Ice and Fire . I loved that series, every second of it, so here I was bouncing up and down when I hear...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 7 years ago
The story selection is outstanding. There isn't a stinker in here. The Halloween reminiscences are pretty uneven. Some authors obviously put some heart and effort into it and others seemed to treat it as an uninspiring chore.
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