As an ambitious, alienated, and awesomely talented kid from the Bronx, Norman Spinrad rode the revolutionary "New Wave" of 1960s science fiction to fame, if not fortune. His usually angry, often hilarious, and always radical novels changed the field forever. Once devoted to interplanetary adventure, SF began to explore the uneasy intersection between today's illusions and tomorrow's dystopian disasters. It grew dark, grew wild, grew up.
An all-new novella designed to take a poke at both Christian fundamentalists and corporate CEOs, Raising Hell is a rousing account of the fight to improve working conditions in Hell, for both demons and the damned, with the help of such deceased immortals as Jimmy Hoffa, John L. Lewis, and César Chávez.
"The Abnormal New Normal," an impolite inquiry into today's high-finance low-jinks, which unmasks the manipulations of the 1% and proposes a radical fix.
And Featuring: our Outspoken Interview, the usual mix of intimate revelation, gossip, and tales from the front lines of writing and publishing.