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The Light-Hog Incident
Genre Science Fiction
Type Short story
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An excerpt from the uncompleted semi-autobiographical novel The Man Who Loved the Great Wizard. According to the short introduction to the story, the protagonist is the science fiction writer Tom Wode Bellman (see fictional authors).
DESCRIPTION:
The protagonist of the story can't sleep. While he lies awake he starts musing about a story he wants to write, "The Light-Hog Incident".
The hero, Hilary Boone, "...is captain of a space liner which is attacked in interstellar space by a horde of strange creatures, gigantic, barrel-shaped, mouthless, noseless, earless and eyeless..."
The name of the hero is the same as from the never published novel The Ballad of Hilary Boone, see Announced Books.
 
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3 Publications
 
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FIRST PUBLICATION
in Farmerphile
Christopher Paul Carey & Paul Spiteri
-, GA: Michael Croteau
Issue No. 7
fanzine (21,5×14cm)
January 2007
52
$ 10.00
Shannon Robicheaux
With a short introduction by Christopher Paul Carey.


Shannon Robicheaux
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in Up from the Bottomless Pit and Other Stories
Christopher Paul Carey
Burton, MI: Subterranean Press
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ISBN 978-1-59606-128-6
hardcover (23,5×16cm)
07/2007
373
$ 125.00 (Limited, signed, in slipcase)
Keith Howell and Charles Berlin
With a short introduction by the editor.

Keith Howell &
Charles Berlin
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in Up from the Bottomless Pit and Other Stories
Christopher Paul Carey
Burton, MI: Subterranean Press
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ISBN 978-1-59606-128-6
hardcover (23,5×16cm)
10/2007
385
$ 300.00 (Limited, signed, in traycase)
Keith Howell and Charles Berlin
With a short introduction by the editor.

Keith Howell &
Charles Berlin

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