Desert Trilogy

Desert Trilogy

Three "new weird" or "slipstream" stories set in the California desert. Difficult to categorize, all three explore relationships between men and women, with the desert backdrop providing just enough strangeness to push their interactions to the edge. If you enjoyed Hari Kunzru's "Gods Without Men," ...

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Three “new weird” or “slipstream” stories set in the California desert. Difficult to categorize, all three explore relationships between men and women, with the desert backdrop providing just enough strangeness to push their interactions to the edge. If you enjoyed Hari Kunzru’s “Gods Without Men,” you might enjoy these. “Glass”: Derek can’t understand his hiking partners’ objections to his Google Glass 2.0. But alienating friends isn’t the only danger of his obsession with Augmented Reality. “Chill Out”: Is now the right time for Brad and Amy to have kids? Brad wants to start a family right away, but Amy wants to focus on her writing career. Will a drive in the desert help them settle the argument? “What I Did for Love”: Dave is a journeyman carpenter. Now he needs to drill a hole in his girlfriend’s head. Does he have the nerve to finish the job?

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Genres: Box Sets/Anthologies, Horror, Science Fiction
Tag: Short Story
Publication Year: 2015
ASIN: B015UMN8NS
List Price: Free
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Lawrence Hogue

Lawrence Hogue's writing is all over the place and all over time. He started out in nonfiction, publishing All the Wild and Lonely Places in 2000. After moving to Michigan, he switched to writing fanfiction and original fiction. Now he’s writing a series of novels about an 18th-century cross-dressing highwayman. Adventure, pronoun confusion, and many cups of tea ensue. He's often been called a Social Justice Warrior, but prefers Social Justice Wizard or Social Justice Lawful Neutral Rogue.

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