The Man in the Moon by James P. Blaylock

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About James P. Blaylock

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James P. Blaylock is one of the founding fathers of modern steampunk along with fellow writers and friends Tim Powers and K.W. Jeter. He has won the World Fantasy and Philip K. Dick Awards. Blaylock lives in Orange, CA with his wife - they have two sons.

Author Residence: Orange, California
Published January 1, 2002 by Subterranean Press. 268 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In his afterword, Blaylock cites The Wind in the Willows and Huckleberry Finn as influences, but encounters with trolls, goblins, elves, invisible airships and an unusual timepiece belonging to the titular character (who also turns out to be a Master Cheeser) make the story seem more like a Ter...

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