A terrorist targets the cybernetic community of a teeming and diverse metropolis. Mecha gladiators battle in a decaying factory. Nomadiks, dodging desertification and the law, set up thriving temporary market towns. Rising seas and obsolete skills lead unemployed laborers to the darknet. When a ship full of explosives goes astray, Trotsky must row to the rescue. Glenn Grant is a Canadian author, editor, artist, and critic whose work has appeared in Science Fiction Studies, the Montreal Gazette, Interzone, and the New York Review of Science Fiction, among other venues. He collaborated with David G. Hartwell of Tor/Forge on two collections of Canadian science fiction, Northern Stars and Northern Suns. (thebookpile)
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