The Sky That Wraps

by Jay Lake
Release date: September 26, 2010
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy, short stories

This collection of short fiction from award winning-author Jay Lake represents his favorites of his own work, both current and classic. With an emphasis on recent publications since his last short fiction collection in 2007, The Sky That Wraps showcases his reach in fantasy, science fiction, and the ambiguous territory in between. This volume includes two all-new stories, “Coming for Green” and “To Their Late Escape”, as well as previously uncollected fan favorites “The American Dead” and “The Sky That Wraps The World Round, Past the Blue and Into the Black.” Twenty other stories round out this wide-ranging survey of Lake’s work.


  • Anything Could Be True: An Introduction by Ken Scholes
  • The Sky That Wraps the World Round, Past the Blue and Into the Black
  • Journal of an Inmate
  • Achilles, Sulking in His Buick
  • Crossing the Seven
  • The Leopard’s Paw
  • Coming for Green
  • Promises
  • Witness to the Fall
  • Number of the Bus
  • A Different Way Into the Life
  • Green Grass Blues
  • Fat Man
  • Dogs in the Moonlight
  • Little Pig, Berry Brown and the Hard Moon
  • On the Human Plan
  • Lehr, Rex
  • The Man With One Bright Eye
  • To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Yourselves
  • Skinhorse Goes to Mars
  • A Very Old Man With No Wings at All
  • People of Leaf and Branch
  • A Water Matter
  • To This Their Late Escape
  • Chain of Fools
  • The American Dead
updated 2010-10-21

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