Dogs in the Moonlight by Jay Lake

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Dogs in the Moonlight_ showcases yet another of the powerful voices of one of speculative fiction's hottest new writers. Less than three years after his first publication, Jay Lake has already been nominated for the John W. Campbell Award, the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award. His stories, appearing in dozens of markets worldwide, have been translated into five languages. This collection of mixed reprints and new work focuses on Lake's Texas roots. He covers old myths and new from the Lone Star state, with tales of ghosts, angels, gods and aliens. Visit the past, present and future, and learn the truth about flying saucers from the writer that Locus magazine has called "one of SF's fastest rising talents."

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Jay Lake was born in Taiwan on June 6, 1964, and was raised there and in Nigeria. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1986. During his lifetime, he published over 300 short stories and nine novels including Kalimpura, Calamity of So Long a Life, and The Last Plane to Heaven. He received several awards including the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in Science Fiction in 2004. He was also the subject of a documentary called Lakeside - A Year with Jay Lake, which follows his fight against cancer, and is scheduled for release in 2014. He died from colon cancer on June 1, 2014 at the age of 49.
Published August 24, 2004 by Prime. 160 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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