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"Logan is a stylish transgressor for the next evolutionary moment; he reminds me of Harlan Ellison at his most daring and dangerous-raw, fearless, unpredictable, disturbing, and much needed."
Jack O'Connell, author of Word Made Flesh and The Resurrectionist

"Like a combination of David Bunch and J.G. Ballard, Logan tells tales of a wounded humanity that has lived so long with its mechanical adjuncts that "nature" is a meaningless term. "
Asimov's Science Fiction

A collection of industrial fiction, exploring a world of dead TV's, hallucinogenic chemicals, sad machines and concrete wastelands of scrap metal.

The settings are as carcinogenic as a lethal poison, the characters constructed like semi-automatic pistols. Here the only future is that which is produced on the assembly line in one hundred thousand identical units from which you must choose.

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