WILLIAM F. WU



New Publication

A Temple of Forgotten Spirits is Bill's latest work, an e-book in Microsoft Reader format, for which the software can be downloaded free at the same site where you'll find the book. This collection includes the entire series of ten stories about Jack Hong, a wanderer pursuing the keilin, or Chinese unicorn, across the United States, meeting ghosts, fox fairies, and an ancient deity along the way. When these stories first appeared in Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, they developed a cult following; now they have been collected for the first time, with a new introduction, afterwords following each story, and a closing afterword to the book.

Click here to download my new e-book.

A comment from Bill: "These stories represent much of my best work, and many have personal meaning for me as well. Whether you read about Jack Hong and the keilin before, or haven't met them yet, I hope you'll give this a try."

"To travel with Jack Hong is not only to see the country; it's to see inside one's self. Jack is the rootless wanderer we all are, but Jack is seeking roots. Maybe he'll help you find some."
-- Rob Chilson, author of Black as Blood.

"The stories of William F. Wu span a myriad of imaginative realms, while at the same time they never stray too far from reality. Whether exploring the mythic dimensions of Chinese culture or the dark reaches of the human heart, Wu's fantasies are always unique and often moving."
-- Alan Brennert, Nebula and Emmy award-winner, and author of the novel Time and Chance.

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