Ray Vukcevich

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Ray Vukcevich (born 1946) is a writer of fantasy and literary fiction. His 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 a finalist for the 2004 Nebula Award for Best Novelette.[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 New Mexico, as of 2014 he lives in Eugene, Oregon. He is a member of the Wordos writers' group.


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

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