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Fear of Widths by David D Levine

Fear of Widths
Fear of Widths

Home for his parents' funeral ... all the familiar, yet unfamiliar, things. And the horizon. How could he have forgotten the horizon? Mind-bending fiction from a Hugo-winning author.

Published: 06 Jun 2012

(infinity plus singles, number 20)


David D Levine

David D. Levine is a science fiction and fantasy writer who's sold over fifty short stories so far. He has won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story, Endeavour Award, Writers of the Future Contest, James White Award, People's Choice Award for Best Drabblecast Story of the Year, and Phobos Fiction Contest, and has been nominated or shortlisted for the Nebula Award, Theodore Sturgeon Award, Aeon Award, Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest, an earlier Hugo Award, and the John W. Campbell Award (twice). He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Kate Yule, and together they produce the fanzine Bento.

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A Writer's Life The Alchemy of Happiness On my way to Samarkand: memoirs of a travelling writer The Euonymist Closet Dreams Little Sisters of the Apocalypse Deep Future Lizard Lust Hairy London Pilots of the Purple Twilight