And The Winner Is…


And the winner is… Drumroll please…

Congratulations to Mike Cohen who walks away with Philip K. Dick nominated author Ryan Boudinot’s personal copy of Philip K. Dick’s classic novel The Divine Invasion, which is inscribed “From the library of Ryan Boudinot.”

Congratulations Mike, *please* contact us using the email link at the top of this page by Thursday and include your shipping information and we’ll pass it along to Mr. Boudinot.

Everyone else, keep watching this space and our Facebook page for future contests.  You could be our next big winner!  And don’t for get to check out Ryan Boudinot’s novel A Blueprints of the Afterlife!:

Blueprints_Of_The_AfterlifeFrom the “wickedly talented” (Boston Globe) and “darkly funny” (New York Times Book Review) Ryan Boudinot, Blueprints of the Afterlife is a tour de force.

It is the Afterlife. The end of the world is a distant, distorted memory called “the Age of F***ed Up Shit.” A sentient glacier has wiped out most of North America. Medical care is supplied by open-source nanotechnology, and human nervous systems can be hacked.

Abby Fogg is a film archivist with a niggling feeling that her life is not really her own. She may be right. Al Skinner is a former mercenary for the Boeing Army, who’s been dragging his war baggage behind him for nearly a century. Woo-jin Kan is a virtuoso dishwasher with the Hotel and Restaurant Management Olympics medals to prove it. Over them all hovers a mysterious man named Dirk Bickle, who sends all these characters to a full-scale replica of Manhattan under construction in Puget Sound. An ambitious novel that writes large the hopes and anxieties of our time—climate change, social strife, the depersonalization of the digital age—Blueprints of the Afterlife will establish Ryan Boudinot as an exceptional novelist of great daring.  (from the paperback edition)


About Aaron Westerman

Aaron Westerman is the Manager of Web Architecture for a national human services organization. When he's not busy tearing sites apart and rebuilding them, he spends his ever shrinking free time trying to keep up with his twins, reading works of translated literature, and watching far too many Oscar nominated movies.