"Remember, the Dead Say"

Title"Remember, the Dead Say"
Year for Search1992
AuthorsTrudel, Jean-Louis (b. 1967)
Secondary AuthorsToolis, Lorna, and Skeet, Michael (b. 1955)
Secondary TitleTesseracts
Volume / Edition4
Pagination368-87
Date Published1992
PublisherBeach Holme
Place PublishedVictoria, BC, Canada
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopia. The U. S. has fragmented, with the capital of the Free State Alliance in Omaha, Nebraska. The FSA has been successfully invaded by the Franco-Maghrebi Coalition, which controls Eastern Canada and has imposed Sharia (Islamic) law. The opposition comes from net experts from both countries.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Northern Stars. The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction. Ed. David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant (New York: Tor, 1994), 102-13

Holding Institutions

Can, Merril, PSt

Author Note

Canadian author (b. 1967).

Full Text

1992 Trudel, Jean-Louis (b. 1967). “Remember, the Dead Say.” Tesseracts4. Ed. Lorna Toolis and Michael Skeet (Victoria, BC, Canada: Beach Holme, 1992), 368-87. Rpt. in Northern Stars. The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction. Ed. David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant (New York: Tor, 1994), 102-13. Can, Merril, PSt

Dystopia. The U. S. has fragmented, with the capital of the Free State Alliance in Omaha, Nebraska. The FSA has been successfully invaded by the Franco-Maghrebi Coalition, which controls Eastern Canada and has imposed Sharia (Islamic) law. The opposition comes from net experts from both countries. Canadian author.