Falling in love with hominids / Nalo Hopkinson.

By: Hopkinson, Nalo [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Francisco, CA : Tachyon Publications, 2015Copyright date: �2015Edition: First editionDescription: 222 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781616961985; 1616961988Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction. | Science fiction.DDC classification: [Fic] LOC classification: PR9199.3.H5927 | F35 2015
Contents:
Foreword -- The Easthound -- Soul case-- Message in a bottle -- The smile on the face -- Left foot, right -- Old habits -- Emily breakfast -- Herbal -- A young candy daughter -- A raggy dog, a shaggy dog -- Shift -- Delicious monster -- Snow day -- Flying lessons -- Whose upward flight I love -- Blushing -- Ours is the prettiest -- Men sell not such in any town.
Summary: "In this long-awaited collection, Hopkinson continues to expand the boundaries of culture and imagination. Whether she is retelling The Tempest as a new Caribbean myth, filling a shopping mall with unfulfilled ghosts, or herding chickens that occasionally breathe fire, Hopkinson continues to create bold fiction that transcends boundaries and borders."--Back cover.
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Foreword -- The Easthound -- Soul case-- Message in a bottle -- The smile on the face -- Left foot, right -- Old habits -- Emily breakfast -- Herbal -- A young candy daughter -- A raggy dog, a shaggy dog -- Shift -- Delicious monster -- Snow day -- Flying lessons -- Whose upward flight I love -- Blushing -- Ours is the prettiest -- Men sell not such in any town.

"In this long-awaited collection, Hopkinson continues to expand the boundaries of culture and imagination. Whether she is retelling The Tempest as a new Caribbean myth, filling a shopping mall with unfulfilled ghosts, or herding chickens that occasionally breathe fire, Hopkinson continues to create bold fiction that transcends boundaries and borders."--Back cover.

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