Pilot Light by William Ashbless

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Those two madmen, Powers and Blaylock are back, with a recently unearthed and touched up short story thought lost to the ages. "Pilot Light" is vintage William Ashbless, complex to the point of incoherence, with a good eighteen footnotes added by the poet refuting and clarifying the changes made by Powers and Blaylock to his sacred words. Also included in this small form hardcover chapbook are an introduction by Powers and an afterword by Blaylock.
 

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Tim Powers is the author of numerous critically acclaimed novels, including "Three Days to Never", "Declare", "Last Call", "Expiration Date", "Earthquake Weather", and "The Anubis Gates". He is a past winner of the World Fantasy Award and lives in San Bernardino, California. James P. Blaylock is the author of numerous novels, including the Philip K. Dick Award-winning "Homunculus," "The Digging Leviathan," Land of Dreams, The Paper Grail, All the Bells of Earth, and The Rainy Season. He lives in California. In his ninth decade as a human being and his sixth as a master cartoonist, Gahan Wilson (born dead in 1930) continues to produce cartoons for a variety of magazines including "Playboy" and "The New Yorker".
 
Published November 26, 2007 by Subterranean. 48 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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