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From the editors of Lost Signals and Lost Films comes the final installment in Perpetual Motion Machine’s technological horror trilogy. Nineteen authors in the genre team up to deliver a collection of spooky delights. In Lost Contact, stalkers, hackers, grieving families, social misfits, abandoned children, and other unhinged characters explore bizarre, unexpected horrors along creepy weather stations, playgrounds, rundown shopping malls, interstates, deserts, bogs, mountaintops, farms, and—of course—the deep, dark woods.

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Lost Contact from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing

Featuring this impressive table of contents:

“In the Wind” by Michael Paul Gonzalez 
“Operation Icarus” by E.F. Schraeder
“Ashes, Ashes” by Jessica Leonard
“The Protopterygote Tapes” by Joshua Chaplinsky
“Life Begins at Injection” by Hailey Piper
“Modern Ruins” by Rebecca Jones-Howe
“The New Children of the Flower Folks” by Muhammed Awal Ahmed
“First, a Blinding Light” by Betty Rocksteady 
“It Takes Slow Sips” by Michael Wehunt 
“The Arborglyph” by Sofia Ajram 
“SKYWARNING” by Jonathan Raab 
“Cavity” by Nicola Kapron
“The Goat Pile” by Nathan Carson 
“Dobie’s Call” by Anthony Wayne Hepp 
“If You Want Me” by Dustin Katz 
“Funeral” by Adam Franti 
“See You in Disneyland” by Douglas Wynne 
“All of These Names Are Mine” by Rachel Cassidy 
“Grief is a Jigsaw Puzzle with Razored Edges” by Victorya Chase 

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