Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine author Jay O'Connell shares eight stories that bleed, laugh, cry and reach out for you, body and soul. One man’s lover is dead, her android double animated by remote telepresence. Only somehow it knows things about him it can’t possibly know... Another man sells his infant son into slavery... and then, tries to make it up to him. A married man discovers his penis is shrinking. Over time, this becomes the least of his worries. How might the story have unfolded if Mary Shelly’s doctor had been a tad less xenophobic? A man fails to connect with his soulmate in this universe... but what about the universe next door? This is the way the world ends... the last man in the world and an unexpected party.
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Jay O'Connell is a writer, artist, designer living in Cambridge, MA with his wife, two children, two cats, three thousand books, and nine computers. Writing about himself in the third person on Amazon, Jay wants to mention his many half-assed careers; photographer, graphic designer, web designer, industrial video editor, user experience architect, housewife, office temp, failed serial entrepreneur, construction worker, burger-king sandwich assembler--at times almost rich and almost famous. He is blessed by a network of supportive friends and family who allow him to do creative work. Do not ask him for investment tips. Seriously. A life-long genre nerd, Jay is fascinated by the future, longing for it and fearing it in equal measure. A pioneer in what is now known as ADHD, Jay has amassed a truly impressive store of useless knowledge, and is interested in pretty much everything. His goal is to never be boring. He hopes you buy and read his stuff. He is fun at parties.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 80 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.19 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1490909702