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Eating Memories
by Patricia Anthony

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About the Author
Patricia Anthony emerged as one of the most distinctive new voices of the 90s. Beginning with her debut novel, Cold Allies, in 1992, Anthony earned wide acclaim for creating extraterrestrials that were truly alien. Her 1995 novel, Happy Policeman, was a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award. Her other works include Cradle of Splendor, Conscience of the Beagle, God's Fires, Brother Termite and the short story collection Eating Memories. Her most recent novel, 1998's Flanders, was a critically-acclaimed account of a young Texas volunteer's supernatural experiences during World War I.

Eating Memories © Patricia Anthony

About the Artist
Fernando H. Ramirez is a multi-talented artist living in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to his digital illustrations for RevolutionSF, he has written and drawn comics for Mojo Press, Vanguard Comics, and Maverick Studios. He has also co-written three screenplays and recently completed a CD of original hard rock music called Ramification. His website is online at www.fernandoramirez.com.

Artwork © Fernando Ramirez

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