The Inevitability of Earth: Short Story

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ChiZine Publications, Mar 5, 2013 - Fiction - 25 pages
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When Michael was a kid, he saw his grandfather fly, unaided, over the family's vegetable garden. As a young man, he is obsessed with learning the old man's secret. But grandfather's nowhere to be found, and his grandmother has secrets of her own. From Monstrous Affections, this tale is part of Stoker Award-winner David Nickle’s collection of short fiction about love in all its horrific proportions.

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David Nickle is the author of numerous short stories and several novels, including Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism, Rasputin's Bastards, and The 'Geisters. He lives in Toronto, where he works as a journalist, covering Toronto City Hall for Metroland Media Toronto.

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