The Baum plan for financial independence and other stories
Easthampton, MA : Small Beer Press, 2008.
An ex-con finds himself falling, once more, under a seductive, amoral woman's spell. A hidden door in a summer house leads to a land of plenty. An inventor's life converges with the pulp fiction he reads. In "Pride of Prometheus," the Bennet sisters encounter Dr. Frankestein and his monster. And, in his acclaimed and award-winning Lunar Quartet, Kessel explores the gender dynamics, politics, and long-term sustainability of a matriachal lunar colony. This astonishing collection ranges from science fiction to the uncanny to the surreal while intersecting with Frank L. Baum's Oz and the characters of Flannery O'Connor, Mary Shelley, and Jane Austen. By turns satirical, horrific, funny, and generous, these stories showcase the manifold gifts of a modern-day master.
315 p. ; 23 cm.
Short Story Collection, American literature, Fiction, Science fiction
Kessel, J. (2007). The Baum plan for financial independence and other stories [Adobe Digital Editions version]