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by Craig Strete

Author: Craig Strete
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow; First Printing edition (October 1977)
Pages: 118 pages
Category: Fantasy and Science Fiction
Rating: 4.4
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Science Fiction, that realm of speculative writing in which the extravagantly fanciful is commonplace, generally anticipates world history by a few decades. SF writers have long worried over disappearing fossil fuels, overpopulation, global economic and military conflicts and nuclear disasters while we, the more fortunate of the world’s people, daydreamed in overheated rooms. In this volume of six stories, Craig Strete takes a more subjective approach with his vision of lone individuals confronting worlds turned cold and impersonal.

There is one particular book known as The Bleeding Man and Other. Craig Strete is a Native American science fiction writer. He is noted for his use of American Indian themes and has had multiple Nebula Award nominations

There is one particular book known as The Bleeding Man and Other. Science Fiction Stories which will keep you both engaged and wanting for more. He is noted for his use of American Indian themes and has had multiple Nebula Award nominations. Beginning in the early 1970s, while working in the Film and Television industry, Strete began writing emotional Native American themed, and science fiction short stories and novellas. He has had three Nebula Award nominations: two for the short Craig Strete is a Native American science fiction writer.

Craig Kee Strete is a Native American science fiction writer, noted for his use of American Indian themes. He is a three-time Nebula Award finalist, for Time Deer, A Sunday Visit with Great-grandfather, and The Bleeding Man. In 1974 Strete published a magazine dedicated to Native American science fiction, Red Planet Earth

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The heritage of the author is clearly reflected in this unique collection of stories. They range from the representative science fiction of "Into Every Rain, a Little Life Must Fall" in which "wombcops" plugged into computer consoles monitor city streets, to the phantasmagoric, prophetic quality of the title story. There is a wry humor and folk wisdom in "A Sunday Visit with Great-Grandfather", and the influence of Indian lore and legend is powerfully evident in "White Brothers from the Place Where No Man Walks".

Strete is an American Indian who writes science fiction-and who effectively writes into his stories some of the .

Strete is an American Indian who writes science fiction-and who effectively writes into his stories some of the non-material phenomena, accepted by his people, which ""simply do not compute"" in a technological society. In ""Into Every Rain a Little Life Must Fall""-the first selection here and the most standardized-the sterile routine of a ""wombcop"" who monitors the streets through a ""console web"" is shattered by the appearance of a ghost And the title story, by far the strangest, pits a supernaturally endowed 23-year-old Indian against the scientists who keep him for study because he has been bleeding profusely since birth.

The bleeding ma. Into every rain, little life must fall. White brothers from the place where no man walks. When they find yo. A Sunday visit with great grandfather. Mother of cloth, heart of clock. The bleeding man. Boxid.

Bibliographic Details. Title: The BLEEDING MAN And Other Science Fiction. Publisher: Greenwillow, NY. Publication Date: 1977. Shipping costs are based on books weighing . LB, or 1 KG. Please note ABE shipping fees are but estimates; actual fees may be higher depending on the weight of the book shipped & shipping destination. List this Seller's Books. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

In 1974 Strete published a magazine dedicated to Native American science fiction, Red Planet Earth, Dreams That Burn in the Night and Death Chants. He has also published two novels, To Make Death Love Us (published under the name Sovereign Falconer) and Death in the Spirit House.

They range from the representative science fiction of "Into Every Rain, a Little Life Must Fall" in which "wombcops" plugged . The Amerind heritage of the author is clearly reflected in this unique collection of stories.

They range from the representative science fiction of "Into Every Rain, a Little Life Must Fall" in which "wombcops" plugged into computer consoles monitor city streets, to the phantasmagoric, prophetic qu.

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