Why I Hunt Flying Saucers And Other Fantasticals

Adult
Collects the best-loved short stories by twice Aurora Award-nominated author Hugh A. D. Spencer! Malfunctioning household robots, an endless apocalyptic loop, potash-fuelled interstellar travel, and more—these stories stretch science fiction to its limit and bring it into our backyards at the same time. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Published by Brain Lag
Words: 75,580
Language: Canadian English
ISBN: 9781928011095
About Hugh A. D. Spencer

Hugh A.D. Spencer completed graduate studies at the University of Toronto and McMaster University where he conducted anthropological studies into the origins of religious movements in science fiction fandom.

Twice nominated for Canada’s Aurora Award, Hugh’s science fiction has been published in On Spec, Tesseracts 8, 11 and 6, Interzone, Descant and New Writings in the Fantastic. Many of his short stories have been dramatized by Shoestring Radio Theatre for the Satellite Network of National Public Radio. His most recent short stories are “Five Stories About Alan” which was published in Dandelions of Mars: A Tribute to Ray Bradbury and “John, Paul, Xavier, Ironside & George (but not Vincent)” which was published in the new Ominous Realities anthology.

Hugh is also President and Senior Consultant of the cultural consulting company Museum Planning Partners. He worked on the Ontario Prehistory and Canadian Ethnology galleries at the Royal Ontario Museum and has travelled to Asia, Europe, Australia and throughout North America on assignment for many different museum, art gallery, science centre and world’s fair projects. Even with all this travel, he always happy to return to his home in the aging suburbs of Toronto which he shares with his family, friends and two dogs.

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