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Tule Fog Tales Issue One - Tule Fog Tales #1 - cover

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Tule Fog Tales Issue One - Tule Fog Tales #1

Lyndon Perry

Publisher: Tule Fog Press

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Summary

These six short stories from Tule Fog Press collect into one issue a theme of wonder, innocence, and hope. About 50 pages of speculative, supernatural tales edited by Lyndon Perry. Stories include: Teenage Mutant Ninja Nobody, Making Worf Proud, Memory Dish, An Astral Advent, Casting a Vampire, and Tucker & Mr. Chilly.
Available since: 12/14/2017.

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