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About Robert N Stephenson
Robert N Stephenson is an author, publisher, editor, anthologist and one-time literary agent. His works have appeared from Australia to China, Poland to the USA.
His novel Vanishing Light from ReAnimus Press is set in a future Australia while his novel Do You Want to Live Forever is set in a contemporary Santa Monica.
Do You Want to Live Forever was once said by a pre-release reader, this book is not so much dark paranormal urban fantasy, but more like someone painted a page black and gave it a little shake until some white showed.
The Imperfections series are a set of books focussed on early works that formed the backbone of Mr Stephenson's career. They are imperfect representations of the developing writer. The ideas are far fetched, the writing at times is awkward and the delivery far from perfect - hence the series title.
The World of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror anthologies are stories collected from writers all over the world who give us a vision of creative thinking across cultures. It is here you will read work of Gustavo Bondoni, Eric De Carlo, Jonathan Shipley and Brad Mc Naughton.
Other books include The Clever Nature of Wool which is a collection of published stories that have either received awards or were nominated, The Clever Nature of Wool is everything the Imperfections series is not.
—Robert J Sawyer, author of Flash Forward
From award winning science fiction author Robert N Stephenson, Vanishing Light takes you into a world where DigiCorp is all you need.
With the world on the brink of collapse, DigiCorp's genius founder fought the odds and naysayers and saved the world. There are more rules, but people are content and accept there had to be a price to avoid calamity.
One man, Mikolev, seems to think things may not be as perfect as they seem. Or is he crazy? His assigned therapist is concerned and vigilant.
Are the rumors true that people vanish from the system while teleporting? Or that people's organs are moving around?
Mikolev thinks he's stumbled onto a secret. Is it nothing, or has he just opened Pandora's box and put all of utopia at risk?