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Table of Contents: A PALAZZO IN THE STARS by Paul Di Filippo

In December, Wildside Press will publish A Palazzo in the Stars, a collection by Paul Di Fillipo. Check out the table of contents!

About the book:

“””A Palazzo in the Stars”” collects 17 great science fiction stories by a modern master! From the author’s Introduction: “”This collection represents the output of about two-and-a-half years, and, while I might have filled such a book in one year’s writing time circa 1990, there’s nonetheless another collection’s worth of newer stuff awaiting curation, beyond this volume. I guess by now I should realize that, for me at least, the process is inevitable, rather like another process I am all too familiar with: acquiring extra pounds. Pleasurable, stealthy and yet eventually noticeable to all. I hope you enjoy these stories of recent vintage.””

Here’s the table of contents:

  • “Introduction (A Palazzo in the Stars)” • essay by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Galaxy of Mirrors” • (2010) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Guarding Stella” • shortfiction by Paul Di Filippo
  • “A Science-Fiction Fantasy” • (2010) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “FarmEarth” • (2011) • shortfiction by Paul Di Filippo
  • “A Pocketful of Faces” • (2011) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Candle in a Chianti Bottle, or, Wigout at the Corner of Bleecker and Milky Way” • (2011) • novelette by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Specter-Bombing the Beer Goggles” • (2011) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Sweet Spots” • (2011) • shortfiction by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Splash” • (2012) • shortstory by Don Webb and Richard A. Lupoff and Scott A. Cupp and Michael Kurland and Michael “Mallory” and Paul Di Filippo and James Patrick Kelly
  • “Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing” • (2012) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Luminous Fish Scanalyze My Name” • (2013) • novelette by Damien Broderick and Paul Di Filippo (variant of Luminous Fish 2012)
  • “A Palazzo in the Stars” • (2012) • novelette by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Karen Coxswain, or, Death as She Is Truly Lived” • (2012) • novelette by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Chimera” • (2013) • shortfiction by Paul Di Filippo
  • “The Mood Room” • (2013) • shortstory by Paul Di Filippo
  • “Yubba Vines” • (2013) • novelette by Rudy Rucker and Paul Di Filippo
About Kristin Centorcelli (842 Articles)
Kristin Centorcelli is the Associate Editor at SF Signal, proprietor of My Bookish Ways, a reviewer for Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly, and has also written for Crime Fiction Lover, Criminal Element, and Mystery Scene Magazine. She has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).
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