There's also a story by my wonderful wife Emily Devenport, and contributions by some of the wildest minds on the planet, all running amok in the free-fire zone we call the "near future."
You can also get "Plan 9 in Outer Space," a collaboration I did with Emily, that asks, "Can a man with ambitions of being another Ed Wood find happiness on a spaceship full of zombies?" It's in Full-Throttle Space Tales #4: Space Horrors, edited by David Lee Summers, which features an assortment of the kind of tales that show the universe as a scary place, and remind me of the sort of movies, comics, and stories that got me hooked on the genre.
And still available, through the modern miracle of print-on-demand, "Human Sacrifice for Fun and Profit," the first Victor Theremin story, in Voices for the Cure, edited by James Palmer. And all the proceeds go to the American Diabetes Association, so you can get some of that Peace On Earth, Goodwill Toward Men action in while you're at it.
So go forth, buy, spend, get your friends -- or even yourself -- some mind-blasting reading, get the economy rolling, save the world!
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