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Fans today may be surprised to learn Sandsrs Russell Sanders was one of the brightest science-fiction newcomers of the s. In Dancing in Dreamtimehe returns to his roots, exploring both inner and outer space in a speculative collection of short stories.
Scott Sanders (novelist)
At a time when humankind faces unprecedented, global-scale challenges from climate change, loss of biodiversity, dwindling vital resources, and widespread wars, this collection of planetary tales will strike a poignant chord with the reader.
Sanders has created worlds where death tolls rise due to dream deprivation, where animals only exist in mechanical form, and where poisoned air forces people to live in biodomes.
Copies may be ordered directly from Indiana U. From an independent bookseller here.
i know that i know nothing: “Homeplace” by Scott Russell Sanders
Or from Amazon here. A wound may be inflicted in a heartbeat—from an explosion, accident, homeplacw cruel act—but healing, if it comes at all, comes slowly. Divine Animal is a story of healing, traced through the lives of characters bound together by a secret trauma.
There is young Harlan, whose search for a path to manhood leads him from Ohio to a mountainside farm in Vermont, where he meets Katarina, a Swedish au pair who has come to America to perfect her English. There is Aurora, a teenage runaway who takes refuge in upstate New York, waiting tables and saneers questions. And hoomeplace the hill country of southern Indiana, there is Martin Zakar, an architect who restores derelict buildings, a man drawn by a thread of memory toward an elusive woman whose secret unites all of these seemingly separate lives.
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Within the span of my writing life, the book as a physical artifact made of ink on paper has been gradually supplanted—some would say, doomed to extinction—by the book as a digital file readable on various electronic devices.
Why give it away?
The practical reason is that I earn my living by teaching, not by selling books. But that was never my ambition, nor would it have been a realistic one, given my subjects and concerns and style. A deeper reason for giving away the e-book version is to make a small return to the cultural commons, that indispensable source for all creative work, including my own—the commons of language, literature, libraries, schools and colleges, the arts and sciences and homsplace forms of knowledge, as well as sandrrs conversations with fellow seekers and makers.
Scott Russell Sanders
The book is a new edition of a volume published incontaining a fresh view of the limestone landscape and culture, with added chapters and photographs. An audio interview with Scott and Jeff discussing the book can be found hereand an article about the collaboration can be found here.
Dancing in Dreamtime, Scott’s new collection of eco-science fiction stories, was published in by Indiana University Press.
Here’s the catalog description: