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'Inclination' by William Shunn

Inclination
By William Shunn

Nominated for the Hugo, Nebula, and Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awards. “Outstanding. . . . It’s a fascinating future, and Jude’s personal story is involving.”—Rich Horton, Locus Magazine. Jude Plane is not your typical teenage boy, even among the other kids in his cloistered religious enclave. He belongs to the Machinist Guild, a group that . . .  (more)

'An Alternate History of the 21st Century' by William Shunn

An Alternate History of the 21st Century
By William Shunn

“William Shunn is one of those SF writers who, because they specialize in short fiction, are not given quite the recognition they deserve—no novels, no mass-market publication, so only the plaudits of the cognoscenti of the short form. Yet Shunn is a fine writer; ingenious, stylish, closely in touch with current . . .  (more)

'Cast a Cold Eye' by Derryl Murphy & William Shunn

Cast a Cold Eye
By Derryl Murphy & William Shunn

“A genuinely spooky story that lies somewhere near the place where fantasy, horror, and science fiction meet.”—Harry Turtledove. From Aurora and Sunburst Award nominee Derryl Murphy and Hugo and Nebula Award nominee William Shunn comes a chilling ghost story set in the aftermath of the worst pandemic the world has ever . . .  (more)

'The Accidental Terrorist' by William Shunn

The Accidental Terrorist
By William Shunn

“This just may be my favorite true-life amazing-but-true tale—never has threatening an aircraft been funnier or more thought-provoking.”—Cory Doctorow, author of Little Brother and Homeland. “I devoured the more than four hundred pages of this memoir in what was essentially one sitting . . . A welcome addition to the library of Mormon autobiography—educational . . .  (more)

'Our Dependence on Foreign Keys' by William Shunn

Our Dependence on Foreign Keys
By William Shunn

“Shunn is a fine writer; ingenious, stylish, closely in touch with current global trends and expert in producing thought-provoking near-future SF.”—Nick Gevers, Locus Magazine. When high-tech partycrashers swarm his exclusive soirĂ©e high above the floodways of New York City, billionaire inventor Pell Franziskaner can't be sure whether it's a garden-variety annoyance . . .  (more)

'After the Earthquake a Fire' by William Shunn

After the Earthquake a Fire
By William Shunn

Elder Rigby is a young Mormon from Utah serving a mission in northern Idaho, though to him the experience is more like serving a prison sentence. He and his partner, Elder Crews, do their best to fill their days with meaningful work, but there are only so many doorbells to ring . . .  (more)

'The Revivalist' by Perry Slaughter

The Revivalist
By Perry Slaughter

America as we know it is no more. Forty years ago, a military experiment in nanotechnology ran amok, wiping out most of North America and rendering it an uninhabitable plain of silvery goo. To set one foot in that silent tide is to suffer immediate disassembly into one’s constituent molecules. But . . .  (more)

'The Conscience of the King' by Perry Slaughter

The Conscience of the King
By Perry Slaughter

For a decade and a half, old Bert Dram has crisscrossed the world in his capacity as propmaster for Jacques Paine’s famous traveling theater troupe. He has seen sights to gladden the heart and to chill the blood, entertained paupers and princes, encountered magic both bright and dark. But never before . . .  (more)

'Whether We Are Mended' by Perry Slaughter

Whether We Are Mended
By Perry Slaughter

Perry Slaughter’s work has been called “dismayingly sexist” and “what you might get if Philip K. Dick and Chuck Palahniuk raised a special-needs baby.” His characters, grappling as they do with issues of manhood and violence, are not what one would generally regard as romantics, and yet here, in a run . . .  (more)

'Deus ex Machina' by Perry Slaughter

Deus ex Machina
By Perry Slaughter

With the computer called ARTHUR, Cliff Peabody has made a major breakthrough in artificial intelligence. It should be the most triumphant event of his professional career—but why, then, is the federal government invading his laboratories? Why is half the country suffering an inexplicable power outage? And, most disturbing of all, why . . .  (more)

'Chairman of the Board' by Perry Slaughter

Chairman of the Board
By Perry Slaughter

Though a major chess and computer nerd, Sam Pauling has nonetheless managed to score a date with Kate Fitzhugh, the most beautiful girl at school. But the budding romance is barely off the ground before Sam finds himself caught up against his will with the local party crowd and their decadent . . .  (more)

About Sinister Regard

Sinister Regard is a small independent press based in New York City. We publish fiction and memoirs in handsome print and electronic editions.

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The Accidental Terrorist: A Memoir by William Shunn
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