Editor Paul Witcover, to whom The Fan-Shaped Destiny owes much, says: "Of the fifteen books edited by me that were published between March and November of 2001, this first novel was the one closest to my heart. It's a wildly ambitious fictional working out of the many-worlds theory featuring a large cast of characters both real and imaginary, all revolving around the now-almost-forgotten Lost Generation writer, mystic, libertine, drunk, and eventual suicide, William Seabrook. This is a novel that deserves much wider recognition ... damn audacious and in-your-face..." (Witcover is author of the masterful Waking Beauty and recently released contemporary fantasy novel Tumbling After. Click link below.)
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To learn more about William Seabrook and the Fan-Shaped Destiny, read Paul Pipkin's "Things Done by Shadows" Feb. 2003 issue of The New York Review of Science Fiction.