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Author Brian Francis Slattery's favorite fictional secret societies

12 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The Freemasons. Fight Club. The Bilderberg Group. The Illuminati. The Watcher’s Council. The Knights Templar. The Order of the Phoenix. Bookburners is available from Amazon. Bookburners, out now from Saga Press, is about a team of experts trying to keep magic from breaking out all over the world. Show More Summary

Brian Francis Slattery on Winning the 2012 Philip K. Dick Award

As announced at Norwescon in Seattle recently, Brian Francis Slattery has won the 2012 Philip K. Dick Award for his post-collapse novel Lost Everything. The award is presented annually to a distinguished work of science fiction published in paperback original....

The winner of the 2013 Philip K. Dick Award has been announced!

5 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The Philip K. Dick Award, for science fiction books originally published in paperback instead of hardcover, has been awarded to Brian Francis Slattery, for his book Lost Everything. Special citation was also given to Andri Snær Magnason's Lovestar. Huge congrats to them both! Read more...

Philip K. Dick Award

They've apparently announced the winner of the Philip K. Dick Award (though not, sigh, at the official site, last I checked...). As, for example, SF Signal reports, Lost Everything by Brian Francis Slattery took the prize -- with a 'special...Show More Summary

Lost Everything’s Brian Francis Slattery on Why He Wouldn’t Do His Omni Homework

Brian Francis Slattery’s new novel is described as an “incandescent and thrilling post-apocalyptic tale in the vein of 1984 or The Road. In the not-distant-enough future, a man takes a boat trip up the Susquehanna River with his most trusted...

Books: Book Review: Brian Francis Slattery: Lost Everything

An abundance of rich, potent images lurks within Lost Everything, the third novel by Brian Francis Slattery. One of its richest comes early in the book. The wryly named Sunny Jim—a husk of man on a quest to find his son Aaron in the ruins of post-apocalyptic Pennsylvania—makes camp in the shadow of Three Mile Island. Show More Summary

Books: Book Review: Rob Ziegler: Seed

America has been getting the shit kicked out of it in print lately. From Brian Francis Slattery’s Liberation to Robert Charles Wilson’s Julian Comstock, the United States has recently become a prime target for speculative fiction of the post-economic-collapse variety. Show More Summary

Spaceman Blues, by Brian Francis Slattery [Library of Babel]

I've gotten out of the book-logging habit, but Spaceman Blues is good enough that I feel compelled to write about it. I had heard of the book some time back-- I believe I recall Patrick Nielsen Hayden saying nice things about it at some...Show More Summary

Free Fiction: Spaceman Blues by Brian Francis Slattery

Tor has a new ebook available for download. This time it is Spaceman Blues by Brian Francis Slattery.Same rules apply as always for Tor downloads. ...

Economic Collapse Imminent? Brian Francis Slattery is Here to Liberate You

This month, Tor Books publishes Brian Francis Slattery's Liberation: Being the Adventures of the Slick Six After the Collapse of the United States of America. By chance, it's a timely release given the near collapse of our banking system. The...

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