New Monthly Microfiction At Patreon: “The Mangrove At The End Of The World”
I’ve been posting a piece of microfiction each month for Patreon patrons (a whole buck a month is the minimum pledge to see them) since March. This month’s offering is a vignette about a young man fishing in a place that makes the familiar Earth seem very alien indeed. It’s about hope and death and life and duty, and maybe a few other things, too. While a vignette isn’t quite a story of its own, this one sketches the edges of at least three big stories for your — and maybe my, in future works — imagination to work on.
You should read it. I think it’s worth seeing.
Posted on June 26, 2015, in Patreon, Science Fiction, Things I've Written and tagged Apocalypse, Arctic, Climate Change, death, Desert, Drought, end of the world, Fishing, Futurism, Genetic Engineering, GMOs, Heat, Human, Ice Melt, Mangrove, post-apocalyptic, Survival, Swamp, Youth. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.