'Edwina Harvey's short fiction embraces the everyday, the faraway, the otherworldly. The 'stuff' in these stories ranges from the quest for mythical gold or the exploration of far-flung vistas of the Galaxy to the desire to simply enjoy the sunshine, while the 'things' may have wings, fangs, horns, or a variable number of limbs.
'(The 'things', of course, are also people.)
'The earliest of these stories were first published over three decades ago, while the most recent are new to this volume.'
Source: Publisher's blurb.
Content indexing in process.
Contents indexed selectively. Also contains an essay on the works of Douglas Adams.