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Fixing to get a little promotional here and in my various channels. SUBSTRATE PHANTOMS is out in less than a month! I am excite.

In the category of advance praise (the inelegantly named "blurb"), the very kind and entirely wonderful Michael Bishop had this to say about the book:

"Jessica Reisman’s Substrate Phantoms strikes me as a parsec-pioneering SF novel of the highest pedigree. It exists in a matrix of lucid far-future prose, to wit, fresh English with long-tomorrow noir twists. Every page discloses evolved or augmented human beings against the backdrop of a hermetically radical space station, Termagenti, or the dirt-rich gravity well of a partially terraformed planet called Ash.

Substrate Phantoms presents immemorial human acts in variations as strange as any 21st-century reader could imagine, but always in contexts emotionally resonant. I think it an out-and- out breakthrough, with mystical and sociological roots trailing back to Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End and Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness. Indeed, true aficionados of humane hard SF will applaud Ms. Reisman for bequeathing them this beautiful tale of a heretofore uncreated tomorrow." —Michael Bishop, author of A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire

Pre-order the physical book through the Resurrection House page & get a free epub download. Or get it any of the usual suspects, Amazon, B&N, Indigo. Or ask for your library to get it. Mmm, libraries.

If you're a reviewer, you can get a review copy through the Resurrection House page.

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