Ray Vukcevich

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Ray Vukcevich (born 1946) is a writer of fantasy and literary fiction. His loopy, sometimes surreal stories have been compared to the works of R. A. Lafferty, George Saunders, and David Sedaris. Some seventy-five stories, with titles such as "White Guys in Space," have appeared in science fiction and literary magazines. His online novelette The Wages of Syntax was on the Nebula Award final ballot.[1]

Vukcevich's novel The Man of Maybe Half a Dozen Faces was published by Minotaur Books in 2000. A collection of short stories — Meet Me in the Moon Room — was published in 2001 by Small Beer Press.

Originally from Arizona, he now lives in Eugene, Oregon. He is a member of the Wordos writers' group.

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  1. ^ "Nebula Awards Final Ballot". Locus Online. 2004-02-12. Retrieved 2010-08-03. 

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