Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail!

Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail!

Stories of Crime, Love and Rebellion

By Gary Phillips (Editor); Andrea Gibbons (Editor); Kim Stanley Robinson (Featuring)

PM Press, Paperback, 9781604860962, 356pp.

Publication Date: November 2011


An incendiary mixture of genres and voices, this collection of short stories compiles a unique set of work that revolves around riots, revolts, and revolution. From the turbulent days of unionism in the streets of New York City during the Great Depression to a group of old women who meet at their local café to plan a radical act that will change the world forever, these original and once out-of-print stories capture the various ways people rise up to challenge the status quo and change up the relationships of power. Ideal for any fan of noir, science fiction, and revolution and mayhem, this collection includes works from Sara Paretsky, Paco Taibo II, Cory Doctorow, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Summer Brenner.

About the Author
Gary Phillips has written for theLos Angeles Times Magazine, San Francisco Examiner, Washington Post and regularly posts on online at FourStory. His novels include The Perpetrators, The Underbelly, THE JOOK, and seven books in the Ivan Monk and Martha Chainey series. Phillips has also contributed to and edited short story collections such as THE COCAINE CHRONICLES, Politics Noir, ORANGE COUNTY NOIR and Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail!

Kim Stanley Robinson's Three Californias trilogy -- "The Gold Coast", "The Wild Shore" and "Pacific Edge -- "has been observed as "an intriguing work, one that will delight and entertain you, and, most importantly, cause you to stop and think" ("The Santa Ana Register"). His many other novels include "Escape from Kathmandu" and "Green Mars -- "which won the Hugo and Locus Award for Best Novel.

Praise For Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail!

"Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail! is an excellent, eclectic anthology of stories, a perfect book to read now that the cold autumn weather is starting to chill the OWS protesters. The struggle continues . . . so get your grind on!" — (November 2011)

"The 18 mostly original stories in this thought-provoking crime anthology offer gritty testament to the violence, cunning, and resilience of people pushed to the brink." —Publishers Weekly (November 27, 2011)