Seven for the Apocalypse by Kit Reed

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A dazzling new collection carries Reed's trademark blend of sentiment and sting.

About Kit Reed

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Award-winning science fiction writer Kit Reed is the author of more than twenty novels and over a hundred short stories. She serves as Resident Writer at Wesleyan University, Connecticut.
Published August 13, 1999 by Wesleyan. 230 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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paper 0-8915-6382-X This gathering of the popular SF writer’s recent short fiction includes seven stories and her (originally separately published) 1994 novella “Little Sisters of the Apocalypse”—an agreeably weird fable of feminist empowerment ingeniously yoked to a plaintive account of the slow...

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Written and first published six years ago, but now available in book form for the first time, it is a story of women whose men have gone off to a nameless war (""the ultimate sexist act""), their ambivalence about the males' return, the split within their island community between man-haters and t...

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