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Dead Neon
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AIR DATE: November 2, 2010

In a near future Las Vegas where moral codes have vanished and complete economic and environmental collapse have taken place Sin City remains the beacon of excess. That's the universe set up in the book Dead Neon: Tales of Near-Future Las Vegas. The book is a compilation of short stories by local and national writers. Authors of the book participated in a panel discussion about the book during the Vegas Valley Book Festival. We talk with two authors and the editor about the world of "Dead Neon."

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Jarret Keen, Ed, Dead Neon Bliss Esposito, contributing author, Dead Neon
Andrew Kiraly, contributing author, Dead Neon, and editor, Desert Companion

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