RAY VUKCEVICH

Ray’s short story collection
Meet Me in the Moon Room (2001, Small Beer Press) has been nominated for the 2001 Philip K. Dick Award. The title story originally ran in Rosebud 15. Other short fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies including Fantasy & Science Fiction, Asimov's, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, The Infinite Matrix, Talebones, Twists of the Tale and Pulphouse. His first novel is The Man of Maybe Half-a-Dozen Faces (2000, St. Martin's Press). “I’ve tried to think of some pivotal literary experience in my life that would explain why I write and do what I do,” says Ray, “but my awful secret is that I just make it all up.” Ray remembers a childhood favorite as he introduces Graphic Classics: H.G. Wells. He lives
in Oregon and works as a programmer in a university brain lab. His vampiric love story
Dead Girlfriend appears in Rosebud 23.

Graphic Classics:
H.G. Wells
144 pages, $10


Rosebud 23
136 pages, $8

from Ray Vukcevich's introduction to Graphic Classics: H.G. Wells
Illustration ©2002 Henry Ng
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