Overview

Short story. That Was Radio Clash first appeared in Taverns of the Dead, ed. by Kealan Patrick Burke (Cemetery Dance 2005), and was most recently reprinted in The Very Best of Charles de Lint, Tachyon, 2010. Written as a memorial to The Clash’s Joe Strummer, de Lint's love of music shines in this story. Set in 2002, guitarist Sarah Blue meets mysterious trumpeter Eddie Ramone in a bar and is given a chance to return to a pivotal moment in her life to correct one of her deepest ...

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That Was Radio Clash

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Overview

Short story. That Was Radio Clash first appeared in Taverns of the Dead, ed. by Kealan Patrick Burke (Cemetery Dance 2005), and was most recently reprinted in The Very Best of Charles de Lint, Tachyon, 2010. Written as a memorial to The Clash’s Joe Strummer, de Lint's love of music shines in this story. Set in 2002, guitarist Sarah Blue meets mysterious trumpeter Eddie Ramone in a bar and is given a chance to return to a pivotal moment in her life to correct one of her deepest regrets.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033145881
  • Publisher: Charles de Lint
  • Publication date: 4/4/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 522,075
  • File size: 150 KB

Meet the Author

Charles de Lint is a full-time writer and musician who makes his home in Ottawa, Canada. His many awards include the World Fantasy Award, the Canadian SF/Fantasy Aurora Award, and the White Pine Award, among others. Modern Library's Top 100 Books of the 20th Century poll (voted on by readers) put eight of de Lint's books among the top 100. With 37 novels and 18 collections of short fiction published to date, de Lint writes for adults, teens and children. His most recent adult novel, The Mystery of Grace (Tor, 2009), is a fantastical ghost story and a heart-wrenching tale of love, passion and faith. His newest young adult novel is Under My Skin (Penguin Canada, 2012); his latest collection of short fiction is The Very Best of Charles de Lint (Tachyon Publications, 2010).

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