A finalist for both the Hugo and Locus awards, Alec Nevala-Lee has seen his short fiction and essays featured in Salon, the New York Times, and Analog Science Fiction and Fact. Now Nevala-Lee delivers a gripping meditation on the human experience with his powerful collection Syndromes: Science Fiction Stories. These stories contain a cross section of narratives, people, and places: an unusual couple requests to be flown to a remote island near Alaska; a series of beached whales vex a US military officer in Vietnam and cause unrest in a local village; an ecoterrorist’s bomb at an upscale ski resort has unintended consequences; and mysterious killings thought to be the work of a monster in Japan turn out to be something much more real.
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