by Jay Lake
The bomb whispered in his ear.
About the Author:
Lake lives and works in Portland, Oregon, within sight of an 11,000 foot
volcano. He is the author of over two hundred short stories, four
collections, and a chapbook, along with novels from Tor Books, Night
Shade Books and Fairwood Press. His current novel is Trial of Flowers
(Night Shade Books). Jay is also the co-editor with Deborah Layne of the
critically-acclaimed Polyphony anthology series from Wheatland
His next few projects include The River
Knows Its Own (Wheatland Press), Mainspring (Tor
Books) and Madness of Flowers (Night Shade Books). In
2004, Jay won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. He
has also been a Hugo nominee for his short fiction and a
three-time World Fantasy Award nominee for his editing. Jay can
be reached via his Web site at
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poem © 2007 Joseph E. Lake, Jr.