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The Redundant Order of the Night
by Jay Lake

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About the Author

The prolific Jay Lake published 20 stories in 2002 and had at least 19 more published in 2003, 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 published the well-received collection titled Greetings from Lake Wu in 2003. 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.

The Redundant Order of the Night © Jay Lake

About the Artist

Originating from the U.K. but now residing in the Canary Islands, freelance artist Teresa Tunaley finds more time to devote to her love of art and painting. For more than 30 years she has been doodling traditionally with pencils and dabbling with watercolours. More recently she uses a more modern technique, using software such as Photoshop, Corel Draw and Paint Shop Pro to produce her creations. More of her work can be viewed at Artstopper.com.

Artwork © Teresa Tunaley

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