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Think Like a Dinosaur: And Other Stories

by James Patrick Kelly

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Eggleton, BobCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0965590194, Hardcover)

This is a handsome, limited edition collection of the best work by one of the finest short fiction writers in science fiction. There are 14 stories in all, ranging from straight SF to tales that stray into the fantasy and horror genres. Of special note is the title story, which earned the 1996 Hugo Award for Best Novelette and a 1996 Nebula Award nomination. But all of the stories are excellent in their own right. An insightful forward by James Patrick Kelly's friend and sometimes collaborator John Kessel (Corrupting Dr. Nice) leads off the collection and explores Kelly's somewhat underrated career.

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Stories in futuristic settings. In Pogrom, social tensions between the old and the young who are obliged to support them leads to armed conflict, while Faith is on a human who can talk to plants.

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