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Otto and Toto in the Oort
by Paul DiFilippo

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About the Author
The prolific Paul Di Filippo has published scores of short stories and numerous books in recent years. His most recent books are A Mouthful of Tongues, Little Doors and Babylon Sisters, the latter of which contains "Otto and Toto in the Oort." Other works by Di Filippo include the novel Ciphers (1997) and the collections The Steampunk Trilogy (1995), Ribofunk (1996), Fractal Paisleys (1997) and Lost Pages (1998). He also writes collaborative crime novels with Michael Bishop as "Philip Lawson." He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

Otto and Toto in the Oort © Paul DiFilippo

About the Artist
Lori Krell's art ranges the spectrum from comic fanart to realistic gamer character sketches to highly stylized digital paintings. She loves comics, anime/manga, fantasy, science fiction, and classical art and writing, which have been great influences on her own works. The current artists that have most influenced her work include Brom, Linsner (Dawn), Donato Giancola, Christopher Shy, Stephanie Pui-Man Law, Lief Jones, Masamune Shiro, and too many others to recount. As to writers, her interests shift from the science fiction of Frank Herbert, William Gibson, and Philip K. Dick to the fantasy of Sharon Shin, Katherine Kurtz, and Louise Cooper. Lori's first and foremost love has always been comics, which she collects voraciously. She maintains her own website at http://www.shessair.com.

Artwork © Lori Krell

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