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Under the Purplefan Trees
by Jay Lake

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About the Author
The prolific Jay Lake published 20 stories last year and has at least 19 more already scheduled this year, including a 12-part series on Strange Horizons, a story in Realms of Fantasy and a first-place winner in Writers of the Future. He also has a collection titled Greetings from Lake Wu scheduled for later this year, and in his copious spare time serves as co-editor for the Polyphony anthology series from Wheatland Press. He resides in Portland, Oregon, and maintains his own website here.

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About the Artist
Doug Potter has worked in commercial art for thirty years and exclusively as a writer and illustrator since 1987. Projects in the comic book field include his own comics for Kitchen Sink Press, Denizens of Deep City, Chips and Vanilla and Messozoic. He illustrated The Land Before Time 3-D Adventure comic book, based on the continuing animated video series and had work in Slow Death comics and the Marvel Comics Wild Cards series. His book illustration includes the award winning two-volume collection of Bradley Denton's short stories, The Calvin Coolidge Home For Dead Comedians and A Conflagration Artist, and a very limited edition children's book written by Joe Lansdale, Something Lumber This Way Comes. Doug Potter continues to do editorial cartooning for The Austin Chronicle where his work has appeared for more than fifteen years. His work can be found on the Internet at the Austin Chronicle, at Revolution SF and at his own web site.

Artwork © Doug Potter

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