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Spaceboy Books LLC
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6.0 X 0.63 X 9.0 inches | 0.91 pounds
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About the Author

Greg Shemkovitz teaches writing and literature at Elon University in North Carolina. He received an MFA in fiction from UNC-Greensboro. His fiction has appeared in Foundling Review, Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Prick of the Spindle, and elsewhere. LOT BOY is his first novel and was a semi-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.
Nate Ragolia was labeled as weird early in elementary school by a little blonde girl he liked, and it stuck. He's a lifelong lover of science fiction and a nerd/geek. His first book, There You Feel Free, was published by 1888center's Black Hill Press in 2015. A year later, he founded BONED: A Collection of Skeletal Writings. And in 2017, he co-founded Spaceboy Books LLC. Nate also creates webcomics, writes essays and articles, and pets dogs. He can usually be found in Denver, CO.
Shaunn Grulkowski has been compared to Warren Ellis and Phillip K. Dick and was once described as what a baby conceived by Kurt Vonnegut and Margaret Atwood would turn out to be. Once he looked all of those people up, he was pleased by the sentiments. Mostly, he's a regular dude with a regular job that has a knack for writing things that make people laugh. He lives in Glen Burnie, Maryland, with his wife, Megan, three dogs, two cats, and a particularly noisy African Grey parrot. RETCONTINUUM is his first book.


"REMIND is one of a kind--the first 'utopalyptic' novel. It reads like a countdown to a catastrophic freedom the reader could never prefigure. A book written for pleasure that can be read for the best kind of fun--intelligent, surprising, and feral."

- Kirk Lynn, author of Rules for Werewolves

"REMIND is an engaging piece of dystopian science fiction, huddled and shivering in a subway tunnel, wrapped in themes of memory, privacy, identity, and class."

- Zachary Auburn, author of How to Talk to Your Cat About Gun Safety: And Abstinence, Drugs, Satanism, and Other Dangers That Threaten Their Nine Lives and A Field Guide to the Aliens of Star Trek: The Next Generation

"Like the smartest and most vital science fiction, REMIND gives us a world both recognizable and disorienting. It also gives us storytelling so addictive, so natural, that reading Shemkovitz's words feels like eavesdropping."

- James Tate Hill, author of Academy Gothic