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ISBN:1904619282
Author: Andrew R. Heidel
ISBN13: 978-1904619284
Title: Desperate Moon
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Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Publisher: PS Publishing (September 22, 2006)
Pages: 281

Desperate Moon by Andrew R. Heidel



Hardcover: 360 pages. Praise for R. Andrew Heidel's BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP Book one of DESPERATE MOON. Extraordinarily talented. A collection of magical and surrealist works. - The Years Best Fantasy and Horror Volume 11. "An excellent debut from a talented writer. - The Internet Writing Journal.

ISBN 10: 1904619290, ISBN 13: 9781904619291. Title: Desperate Moon. Publisher: PS Publishing, Hornsea, UK. Publication Date: 2005. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Signed: Signed by Author(s).

Other authors: Harlan Ellison (Introduction). No current Talk conversations about this book.

Hurst for Vector magazine: Heidel's two admitted influences are Ellison and Ray Bradbury, and they stand out, because if you like Bradbury you'll like the mixture to be found here. Weep, which occupies the last half of the book, is more concerned with horror. Bestseller', perhaps inspired by Heidel's days in the publishing trade, is the most successful: what better way to promote a new horror title from an author whose sales have been falling than to have him suffer the horrors described in his book?

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Summary Bibliography: R. Andrew Heidel. Name Fiction Titles All Titles Year of Title Month of Title Month of Publication Series Publication Series Magazine Publisher ISBN Tag Award. Author: R. Andrew Heidel Author Record 11166. Showing all translations. Never display translations. Registered users can choose which translations are shown. Desperate Moon (2006). Interview with God (1997).

Heidel also wrote a short story collection titled Desperate Moon under the name R. Andrew Heidel and was a book publicist prior to finding his own success as a writer. He was instrumental in the success of authors Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, and Neal Stephenson, also helping to launch the Eos publishing imprint. Harlan Ellison and Ray Bradbury were early champions of Heidel, leading him to pursue writing on a larger scale. The Cocktail Guide to the Galaxy includes drinks like the George R. R. Martini, the Flux Incapacitator, Cognac the Barbarian, and the Shirley Temple of Doom  . Originally, I made it for a regular who wanted a reason to live.

DESPERATE MOON by R. Andrew Heidel (collection) Deluxe - signed by Heidel and Ellison Trade - signed by Heidel. POSTSCRIPTS 4 (Summer 2005). R IS FOR ROCKET by Ray Bradbury (collection) Deluxe - signed by Bradbury Trade. S IS FOR SPACE by Ray Bradbury (collection) Deluxe - signed by Bradbury Trade. NOWHERE NEAR AN ANGEL by Mark Morris (novel) Deluxe - signed by Morris and Gallagher Trade - signed by Morris. FAIN THE SORCEROR by Steve Aylett (novella) Deluxe - signed by Aylett and Introducer Trade - signed by Aylett.

The work of R. Andrew Heidel has been acclaimed by some of the greatest writers of short fiction of our time. Both Ray Bradbury and Harlan Ellison have praised his skill at the craft of writing. Now Heidel tantalizes the mind and spirit, invokes an otherworldly journey, and reaches into the darkness with Desperate Moon, Three Collections. Including Beyond the Wall of Sleep, and the never before published Angry Sunflowers and Weep. Beyond the Wall of Sleep is a collection of prose and poetry that defy categorization. They run the gamut from esoteric to experimental drawing upon the personal mythos of R. Andrew Heidel and his views on life before living, after dying, as well as the immortality of the soul and creation of gods. Angry Sunflowers contains several metaphysical wonder tales and science fiction short stories that range from the voice of a sentient generator on the surface of the moon, to an allegory of sorts based on his experience as Neil Gaiman's publicist. Weep explores the dark things in Heidel's imagination and life through dark fantasy and horror stories and one deeply personal essay. It is a place in which The Kevorkian Act allows a dominatrix to administer euthanasia, an ice-cream truck jingle drives a teenager to homicide, and golden youth is swallowed whole.