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Bugs in the Arroyo

Bugs in the Arroyo

A Tor.com Original

A Tor.Com Original

Steven Gould

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The bugs eat metal and leave people and animals alone -- unless you crush one, and then they'll swarm and destroy everything they touch. When Kimball comes upon twelve-year-old Thayet, she's been stuck on a rock in a river of bugs for two days, no food, no water, and no way back.


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Steven Gould

Steven Gould is an American science fiction writer, born on February 7, 1955 in Fort Huachuca, Arizona and raised in a variety of places adjacent to American military bases, domestic and overseas. In college in Texas in the late 1970s, he became active in science fiction fandom, and shortly afterward began writing short fiction and selling it to major science fiction magazines, beginning with "The Touch of Her Eyes" (Analog, September 1980). His debut novel Jumper (1992) was widely praised and followed by several more novels: Wildside (1996), Greenwar (1997, with his wife, SF writer Laura J. Mixon), Helm (1998), Blind Waves (2000), and Reflex (2004, a sequel to Jumper). With fellow writers Bradley Denton, Caroline Spector, Madeleine E. Robins, Maureen F. McHugh, Morgan J. Locke, ansd Rory Harper, Gould maintains a group weblog, Eat Our Brains. He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife Laura J. Mixon and their two daughters.

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