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Science fiction, literary fiction, horror, urban fantasy, poetry, comedy—this collection of short stories and poetry from the award-winning creator of Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter has a little bit of everything. Have Spacecat, Will Travel spans a decade of novelist John G. Hartness's career, with short stories featuring Bubba the Monster Hunter, The Dead Old Ladies Detective Agency, and a few new characters you may not have met before.

Also included are some of the author's favorite examples of his narrative-style poetry that he describes as "redneck failed songwriter poetry." Inspired by David Childers, John Hiatt, John Prine, and Jason Isbell, the stories created in these poems will stay with you long after you close the book.

©2020 John G. Hartness (P)2022 Tantor

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short stories and poetry are a win

I actually rarely write a full review. It always feels like, "if I do it for one I should do it for all" and with over 2000 books in my library, that's just a lot.

However, I HAD to write a review for this one.

Whether it's a perm, or a short story, or a mini-novela that introduces you to me characters, there's not a bad moment in this book.

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