Two cities construct a giant formed of the coordinated bodies of thousands of men, women, and children the likes of which has never been seen on this earth (outside Renaissance paintings of hell and the frontispiece of Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan).
M. John Harrison was part of the New Wave, a literary movement that, according to the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, introduced Mainstream fiction techniques into the “straightjacket” of mass produced science fiction. The literary values of the movement, which increasingly drew from the soft sciences rather than hard sciences, can be identified with the kind …
Antoinette walks from bar to bar around town, everywhere from clubs to discos, and never wears the same body twice.
In which a doctor, examining a corpse in anatomically precise detail, discovers a parasite from outer space animating a human corpse.
A man looks out his window after a tough day at work and notices something he shouldn't.
A window into another dimensions opens up a nostalgic view of another world, but not is all as it seems.
An animal rights abuser gets his just deserts
A surrealist story about a mother and a daughter who undergo transformation
A Joycean jaunt through a foggy city plagued by sleeping sickness
A harrowing tale questions why science can be so cruel to animals