Dead Men Don't Cry (Paperback)
Science Fiction by Nancy Fulda
Createspace, 9781460953624, 212pp.
Publication Date: February 28, 2011
A collection of Phobos Award Winner and Vera Hinckley Mayhew Award recipient Nancy Fulda's writings over the past ten years. This book includes tales of computers that invent God, minds that travel through time, electronic ghosts, and deceased extraterrestrials. Some of these stories are award winners. Others are more obscure, but they all share one thing in common: They stem from a love of fiction and a fascination with the endless possibilities of our universe.
About the Author
Nancy Fulda is a is a Phobos Award Winner, a Vera Hinckley Mayhew Award recipient, and a two-time WOTF Finalist. Her fiction has appeared in venues such as Asimov's, Jim Baen's Universe, and Apex Digest. She earned her Master's Degree at Brigham Young University, where she spent her thesis hours trying to convince simulated robots to communicate with each other. She's a past editor of Jim Baen's Universe, the owner and chief administrator of AnthologyBuilder, and the mother of three children.