Eleanor Lerman’s RADIOMEN (The Permanent Press) has been included on the shortlist for the 2015 Indiefab Book of the Year Award in Science Fiction.
Supernatural, philosophical and eerie, the literary sci-fi novel combines radios, dogs, alien encounters, and a Scientology-like cult in a story about an airport bartender with a long-repressed childhood memory of extraterrestrial encounter.
Lerman is an award-winning poet as well as novelist; her most recent collection Strange Life was published in 2014 by Mayapple Press.
The Indiefab Awards is sponsored by Foreword Reviews, a book review journal dedicated to promoting books from small independent publishers, independent authors, and university presses. The awards will be presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida in June.