Few writers can create worlds so rich and fully-realized the reader immediately feels at home, even when the concepts have not yet been fully laid out. Fewer still can do so with language so rich and lyrical it is a joy to read, with details so rooted in the human experience that one cannot help but be absorbed into the story. Gabriel de Anda is such a writer. Whether delineating the struggles of a law firm dealing with the demands of an ex-partner -- about as ex as one can get -- or the dichotomy of rich and poor spreading out among the galaxies -- or even musing on the irrelevance of a classic icon which somehow makes it seem more relevant than ever -- de Anda nails it. Readers, you are in for a treat. ”
—Gordon Linzner, Author of “The Spy Who Drank Blood” and Editor/Publisher/Founder of the longest Running Small Press SF Magazine, “Space & Time”
I have sold stories to small press magazines and had poetry published in a University Press paperback (“Best New Chicano Literature of 1982”) edited by, among others, Mario Vargas Llosa. A collection of my stories of speculative fiction and fantasy --- “...
Gabriel’s Favorite Books
Earthly Powers, Imagica, Galactic North, The Art of Eating, Sleeping in Flame, House of Suns, A Debt to Pleasure, Hannibal, Dune, Nightwings.