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A vital interstellar hub, Tarbox Station is no stranger to hosting aliens—and the Barzons are some of the most alien yet. As station events spiral out of control, the crew race to discover the truth: are the Barzons victims or conspirators? And how many will die before they find answers? When I first decided to admit to myself and others that I was a Hoarder, I asked myself “Okay, what are you going to do about it?” My first answer was to write. I decided to write for a year about being a hoarder. I would write about anything that related to why I was a hoarder. Andy's summer job as a mad scientist's assistant results in him helping a couple of colorful gamblers with their daring plan -- bring a super-racehorse called the Roan Ranger back to life in time to win the Durk's Classic.
Tom makes his living writing other people’s books. Sherry Hays is a talented writer who is barely making ends meet. When the small press that has all of their books goes under, Tom and Sherry join forces to get even. After her rock star life falls apart, Jesse James has two choices: blow her brains out or disappear. But after years in seclusion, she realizes that being a rock chick means taking risks, even if it leaves her life in tatters. Cryptic words from Mistress Greenwater force Eithne Manahan to solve the mystery of The Green Women before they can claim the lives of those she loves.
Collecting his novellas Diva and Extensions in one book with the new novella Raitch, Later, The Logic of Departure explores the human side of the near future. Looking for that elusive descriptor? Not sure what type of hero/villain you need for this story? The prod your imagination needs can be found inside these pages. The Geometries of Love is a sly title, teasing us with the thought that something as unwieldy as love could be reduced to neat, measurable points and lines.
— Wayne Courtois, author of A Report from Winter



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