THE STRAW THAT BROKE
by Tom Whalen
“Allusive, punning, intricately plotted and exponentially self-referential, science fiction which ultimately explores the science of fiction or, more aptly, the art of narrative.” —Brad Richard, American Letters & Commentary
"An intriguing blend of SF, philosophy, and word play . . . Giddy fun!" —Rudy Rucker
"Pollinates post-cyber-punk with headier poetry than the genre has yet known." —Andrei Codrescu
"Call it science fiction or meta-fiction or cyber fiction . . . wonderfully funny, often exciting, always baffling, and occasionally even profound. It’s the MOBY-DICK of mice!" —R.H.W. Dillard
"Storytelling which is subtly, wickedly funny." —The Times-Picayune
$14.95 / trade paperback; 172 pp.