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The Last Balcony by D. F. Lewis

The Last Balcony

by D. F. Lewis

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DF Lewis - the publisher of Nemonymous - was born in 1948 only a few miles from where he lives now on the Tendring Peninsula coast, has been married for 42 years & has a son and daughter. He attained a BA degree from Lancaster University (1966-69) and has been an insurance negotiator or office worker for most of his life. He has had approximately one thousand five hundred short fictions published in print from 1986 to 2000, some in hard-to-find outlets plus others in literary journals (eg: Stand, Iron, Orbis, Panurge etc.) and professional book anthologies. The latter include three volumes of Best New Horror edited by Stephen Jones and five consecutive volumes of Year's Best Horror Stories edited by Karl Edward Wagner. He is an editor, publisher, writer and reviewer of fiction. Also a hawler, synchronist and neologist. Hard-working yet quixotiose. This collection of stories is, he says, his definitive work in the short story field.

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