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Other Visions of Heaven and Hell

by Jessica Palmer

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Oswaltwistle Lancashire: Parallel Universe Publications, 2016 As new, fine copy. In stock now, straight from the publisher. Jessica Palmer has had 28 books published, both fiction and nonfiction. Her novels horror, fantasy and science fiction were released by Pocket Books in the United States and Scholastic in the United Kingdom. She has written two textbooks about Native American history, which were published by McFarland, and an encyclopedia of natural history released by Harper Collins label Element Books and later by Thorson in the UK. Palmer has also written ten science-and-technology manuals on the topics of explosives and radiation. These were distributed globally. It was this work that brought her to Great Britain in 1988. The daughter of a professional clown, Palmer refers to her switch to writing fiction as an exercise in damage limitation. She taught classes and conducted workshops on creative writing and publishing at North Shropshire College in Whitchurch, Stanmore College and the Islington Arts Factory in London. As a journalist, Palmer won awards in New Mexico and Texas for writing features, public service and breaking news the most recent in 2013. Palmer has also written satirical columns for newspapers, including "A Slice of Life" and "How to Make Love to your Personal Computer." Her two loves are writing and animals. She started a nonprofit in Kansas for wildlife rescue and has held a wildlife rehabilitation permit since 2002. Other Visions of Heaven and Hell are a series of sometimes inter-related stories about our ideas of Heaven and Hell, sometimes hilarious - sometimes horrific - but always entertaining. Contents are: Devil's Due The Faithful And now, a Word from our Sponsor Heavenly Bodies On the Wings of a Prayer Fallen Angel A Stitch in Time Infinity No Good Turn Leap of Faith Divine Comedy Force of Habit The Gates of Hell Hell on Wheels Cinderella Revisited Last Laugh Sisters A Cold Day in Hell Cheap Shots What the Dickens When Hell Freezes Over Bad Medicine Wrong Number A Snowball's Chance Devil Woman To Be or Not The King's Plate An Afterthought About the Author Last Laugh was first published in Weirdbook #28, Autumn 1993, edited by W. Paul Ganley Cinderella Revisited was first published in Weirdbook #29, Autumn 1995, edited by W. Paul Ganley What the Dickens was first published in Substance Sept 1995


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