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Cinema spec : tales of Hollywood and fantasy

Author: Karen A RomankoConnor MoranJ E StanleySimon LoganGregory L NorrisAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Raven Electrick Ink, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st ed
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"Cinema spec : tales of Hollywood and fantasy views moving pictures in all their forms, real and imaginary, from shadow plays to classic films, from videocassettes to animated tattoos. 32 authors have contributed flash fiction, short stories, and poetry to the anthology, transporting us back to a time when flames flickered and paintings waltzed on cave walls, and forward to possible futures when the heavens  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction poetry
Fantasy fiction
Fantasy poetry
Horror tales
Horror
Science fiction
Fiction
Poetry
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen A Romanko; Connor Moran; J E Stanley; Simon Logan; Gregory L Norris; G O Clark; Robert Borski; Rodello Santos; Ruth Berman; Daniel R Robichaud; Justin Howe; Greg Beatty; Sarah Brandel; Marlo Dianne; J S Bangs; Paul Abbamondi; Paul Milliken; Deborah P Kolodji; Martha J Allard; Vylar Kaftan; Robert A Desharnais; Lisa Morton; Donald Jacob Uitvlugt; Tony Pi; Bill Ward; J C Runolfson; Alex Dally MacFarlane; Craig Wolf; Lyn C A Gardner; Matt Betts; Cliff Winnig; Daniel Ausema
ISBN: 9780981964300 0981964303
OCLC Number: 383449775
Description: 166 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Karen A. Romanko --
Lori / Connor Moran --
The Precinct of night / J.E. Stanley --
Nuclear shadows / Simon Logan --
Creature double feature / Gregory L. Norris --
The Discovery in Roger Corman's trunk / G.O. Clark --
War at the bijou / Robert Borski --
Oracle in chains / Rodello Santos --
TV tea / Ruth Berman --
Bootleg images / Daniel R. Robichaud --
Nightmare's daughter / Justin Howe --
eventual, I / Greg Beatty --
A Life in pictures / Sarah Brandel --
Chiaroscuro / Marlo Dianne --
Screening of a silent film / J.S. Bangs --
Obmutescence / Paul Abbamondi --
Reel people : the extra's lament / Robert Borski --
Sundowner / Paul Milliken --
Camera obscura / Deborah P. Kolodji --
End of an era / Martha J. Allard --
Starshow / Vylar Kaftan --
Shadowdancer / Robert A. Desharnais --
The End / Lisa Morton --
Cineraku / Donald Jacob Uitvlugt --
The Shadow-witch / Tony Pi --
After sundown / Bill Ward --
Family movie / J.C. Runolfson --
Bright square flickering / Alex Dally MacFarlane --
Lost in the fun factory / Craig Wolf --
House 5 / Lyn C.A. Gardner --
Something with subtitles, maybe / Matt Betts --
Kraken's wake / Cliff Winnig --
City of facades / Daniel Ausema.
Responsibility: edited by Karen A. Romanko.

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"Cinema spec : tales of Hollywood and fantasy views moving pictures in all their forms, real and imaginary, from shadow plays to classic films, from videocassettes to animated tattoos. 32 authors have contributed flash fiction, short stories, and poetry to the anthology, transporting us back to a time when flames flickered and paintings waltzed on cave walls, and forward to possible futures when the heavens themselves might serve as vidscreens. Along the way, we make multiple stops in Hollywood, the one we know and the one that could never exist, from 30s noir to extraterrestrial infiltration, from a magical 'gangland' to destruction after 'the big one.' Come join us in the dark"--P. [4] of cover.

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