Washed by a Wave of Wind
Science Fiction from the Corridor
M. Shayne Bell, editor
Paperback / 400 pages / 1-56085-038-8 / $18.95
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This publication brings together twenty writers, most of whom have national reputations and all of whom have ties to the Intermountain West, whose stories are set in the near-future and reflect the region’s subtleties. The contributors include Glenn L. Anderson, Virginia Ellen Baker, Elizabeth H. Boyer, Orson Scott Card, D. William Shunn, Diann Thornley, and Dave Wolverton. A prologue by Barbara Hume sets the stage with “Strange Bedfellows—A History of Science Fiction in the Corridor.”
M. Shayne Bell is the author of Nicoji and a contributor to Bright Angels and Familiars, Future Earths: Under African Skies, Hotel Andromeda, Once Upon a Midnight, Simulations: Fifteen Tales of Virtual Reality, War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches, and three of the popular Star Wars anthologies: Tales from Jabba’s Palace, Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina, and Tales of the Bounty Hunters. He is the recipient of a Writers of the Future Award and an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship. He has been published in Amazing Stories, Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction, and elsewhere.