"A wonderful story!"
—Los Angeles Times
"Mars a movie set, and astronauts for extras. Bisson strikes again. This is one trip you don't want to miss."
"Bisson makes Mars mysterious and exciting again. Funny, inventive and smart, the best kind of SF adventure!"
—San Francisco Chronicle
NASA may be bankrupt, but the dream of space travel never died.
All you need is a wildcat movie producer, a brilliant midget cinematographer, a beautiful Russian Cosmonaut, a couple of Movie Stars, and a mothballed spaceship called the Mary Poppins. Then blast off, and you are about to make Hollywood history ...
About the Author: Best known for his short stories "They're Made out of Meat" and "Bears Discover Fire," Terry Bisson has won every major award in SF, including the Hugo, the Nebula, the Sturgeon and Locus awards, and France's Gran Prix de l'Imaginaire. He lives in California.