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Hunter’s Moon
Genre Mainstream
Type Short story
Series -
Originally written in the 1940s, but only published after its rediscovery in Farmer's archives.
Phil: "This is one of the 4 or 5 stories I wrote before I sold my first published story, "O'Brien and Obrenov". I sent these 4 or 5 to Whit Burnett, editor, with his wife, of the literarily prestigious periodical, Story. Whit liked my submissions, but his wife didn't. I put them all in the trunk."
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A man, a teacher, in a small town wrongly accused of perverse behavior. He is strong, and wants to 'fight back', but is he strong enough to withstand the accusations?
Paul Spiteri in his introduction: "Psychologically driven and laden with Freudian imagery, a vivid picture of small town life and the hypocrisy that draws parallels with Phil's 1960 novel Fire and the Night."
 
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FIRST PUBLICATION
in Pearls from Peoria
Paul Spiteri
Burton, MI: Subterranean Press
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ISBN 1-59606-059-X
hardcover (23,5×16cm)
09/2006 (1st) (trade edition)
12/2006 (2nd) (trade edition)
773
$ 45.00
Keith Howell & Charles Berlin
With an introduction by the editor, and with an illustration by Charles Berlin. 


Keith Howell &
Charles Berlin
Collection
Edited by
Publisher
Series+no.
Bookno.
Format
Dates

Pages
Price
Cover art
Notes
in Pearls from Peoria
Paul Spiteri
Burton, MI: Subterranean Press
-
ISBN 1-59606-059-X
hardcover (23,5×16cm)
10/2006 (numbered, signed, in slipcase)
03/2007 (lettered, signed, in traycase)
773
$ 150.00 | $ 300.00
Keith Howell & Charles Berlin
With an introduction by the editor, and with an illustration by Charles Berlin.

Keith Howell &
Charles Berlin

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