Racers of the Night

Racers of the Night

by Brad R. Torgersen

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Overview

Flying at the Speed of Night . . . Following in the successful footsteps of his previous short fiction collection ("Lights in the Deep") award-winning and award-nominated Science Fiction author Brad R. Torgersen is back with twelve new tales. From the edges of explored space, to the depths of the artificial soul. At once breaking the limits of human endurance, while also treading the tender landscapes of the human heart. Originally appearing in the pages of Analog magazine, Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show magazine, Mike Resnick's Galaxy's Edge magazine, and elsewhere, these stories are collected here for the first time; with commentary and anecdotes from the author. Introductions by bestsellers L.E. Modesitt, Jr., Kevin J. Anderson, and Dave Wolverton (Farland.)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150421899
Publisher: WordFire Press
Publication date: 08/13/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 369
File size: 542 KB

About the Author

Brad R. Torgersen is a healthcare computer geek by day, a United States Army Reserve Chief Warrant Officer on the weekend, and a speculative fiction writer by night. Award-winning and award-nominated, he is a regular in the pages of Analog magazine, and has published numerous pieces of short fiction in other venues such as Mike Resnick's Galaxy's Edge magazine and Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show magazine. Brad's first novel, The Chaplain's War—which is based on the short Analog pieces "The Chaplain's Assistant" and the readers' choice award winning and Hugo award-nominated "The Chaplain's Legacy"—is currently slated for an October 2014 (Baen Books) release. Brad also has two short fiction collections: Lights in the Deep debuted in 2013, while Racers of the Night is due out in late 2014; both from Wordfire Press. Happily married for 20+ years, Brad presently lives in Utah with his wife and daughter.

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