QUALIA NOUS’s “Cataldo” has another copy

Pat R. Steiner, author of the novella WYRD, the ebook ENLARGE YOUR TENTACLES OVERNIGHT, and “The Shoe Tree” in CHIRAL MAD, is also an accomplished graphic artist, and has been creating illustrations for each story in QUALIA NOUS, which features his own “Kilroy Wasn’t There”.

Edited by Michael Bailey, QUALIA NOUS also features a short story from Stephen King called “The Jaunt”, and lookie here … Steiner has an illustration for that:

Photo sources attributed to Dnalor 01, Fabian RRRR, and Michael Bailey.

(Photo sources attributed to Dnalor 01, Fabian RRRR, and Michael Bailey.)

My own story, “Cataldo’s Copy”, also appears in the table of contents. When a scientist who builds a robotic copy of himself is dying of a heart attack, he asks his creation to take his place. The story now has an injection of artwork from Mr. Steiner:

Source images courtesy of Michael Bailey.

(Source images courtesy of Michael Bailey.)

Pick up a copy of QUALIA NOUS from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, or come to the Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books in Waukesha on Saturday for your copy, signed by me and fellow contributors Richard Thomas and John Everson.

I’ll be inking copies of QUALIA NOUS, BLEED, THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, SO IT GOES, and, of course, LOSING TOUCH in the Author’s Marketplace at UW-Waukesha between 11:30 and 4:00 with more than 60 other authors on hand representing multiple styles and genres.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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