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Ryan North is an author who lives in Toronto. He writes a comic strip called "Dinosaur Comics" which you can pick up in book form at your local bookstore, or which you can just read for free at Qwantz.com. They're pretty okay! Matthew Bennardohas livedin Cleveland for the past twenty years.Hisstories havepreviously been publishedin Asimov's Science Fiction and Strange Horizons, among other markets. David Malki ! is the author of the Eisner-, Harvey- and Ignatz-nominated comic strip "Wondermark." His latest collection is Dapper Caps & Pedal-Copters, published by Dark Horse Books. He lives in Los Angeles and he likes to fly airplanes. Read his comics at Wondermark.com. Randall Munroe, a cartoonist from southern Virginia, is the creator of the webcomic "xkcd" (xkcd.com), one of the most popular comics on the Internet. Formerly a roboticist at NASA, he now makes a living writing comics. He spends his time drawing, traveling, and training computers to beat humans at Rock-Paper-Scissors. He lives in Massachusetts. Kate Beaton draws men in fancy hats for a living. On an exciting day she'll draw a character with epaulets. Visit her at Harkavagrant.com."
"Machine of Death is a marvelous collection, riddled with intelligence, creative reach, and a frankness that makes the best use of the central gimmick." Tasha Robinson, The Onion A.V. Club "For an anthology that deals with the inevitability of death, Machine of Death is a lot of fun. The editors knew not to start off heavy, nor does the tone of the anthology lean too long in any direction, providing a lot of singular entertainment for the reader . . . Highly engaging, interestingly crowdsourced, and crafted with a great deal of care. You ll be thinking about it long after you re through reading." Chris Greenwood, TOR.com "The only consistent entity is the presence of the Machine of Death; the appearance of the machine, the depth of its integration into culture, and peoples responses to it and its predictions vary from story to story. This is both wonderful and frustrating each story offers up a uniquely interesting take on the Machine of Death, which is impressive, but sometimes I found myself so taken in by one writer s universe that I wanted it to serve as canon to the rest of the book. It s not a bad complaint to have, and it s the only one I can muster . . . The book is just too good to pass up." Andrew Cunningham, Charge Shot!!! "Picking just one good story in the Machine of Death anthology is like any of its characters escaping their foretold deaths impossible." Rating: 4/4 Christine Cabalo, Hawaii Marine "Recalls the best writings of Harlan Ellison and Charles Beaumont and easily one of the most engaging slices of short stories I ve had the pleasure to read in quite a long while. After all the years of picking up short story collections that inevitably disappoint, Machine of Death brought me laughs, terror and tears . . . Highly recommended." Maurice Greenwood, Paradox Magazine"