Carmen Miranda's Ghost is Haunting Space Station Three

She began as the daughter of struggling immigrants and became the embodiment of the fiery South American spirit. She went on to take Hollywood by storm and became an immortal cultural icon. To this very day her spirit lives -- on Space Station Three!


Nineteen stories by as many different authors, all based on the same haunting image from a Leslie Fish song: Carmen Miranda's Ghost is Haunting Space Station Three.


Table of Contents

    Provisional Solution by B.W. Clough
    Basket Case
    by Bruce B. Barnett
    The Entertainer
    by Eric Blackburn
    Carmen Miranda and the Maracas of Death
    by Julia Ecklar
    Shadows on the Wall
    by Ron Robinson
    Confessional Booths
    by Susan Shwartz
    If Madam Likes You...
    by Anne McCaffrey
    The Carmen Miranda Gambit
    by Melissa Scott & Lisa A. Barnett
    That Souse American Way
    by S.N. Lewitt
    Rolling Down the Floor
    by Amanda Allen
    The Never-Ending Battle
    by L.D. Woeltjen
    The Man Who Travelled in Rocketships
    by Don Sakers
    Bertocci's Proof
    by Leslie Fish
    by C.J. Cherryh
    In the Can
    by Esther Friesner
    Tarawa Rising
    by Don Sakers
    And Now the News
    by Betsy Marks & Anne G. DeMaio
    La Vita Nuova
    by B.W. Clough
    The Pigeon Sisters on Space Station Three
    by Mary L. Mand


Reviewed in Raymond's Reviews #22

Carmen Miranda's Ghost is Haunting Space Station Three has been out of print for years. Amazon usually has some copies available, or you can check at your favorite used bookstore.

Don's story Tarawa Rising appeared in (and inspired the title for) The Ghost of Carmen Miranda and other spooky gay & lesbian tales.