Tag Archives: dystopia

Warchild: Pawn, by Ernie Lindsey (40:00)

Today we get a doubly rare treat: another survivor, and this one has a female lead.

After The Ending, by Fairleigh and Pogue (10:19)

Today we see that some audiences crave the kinds of details that completely repel other readers.

Supercenter, by Jason Rizos (5:15)

Today we see that even if done for effect, a little bit of stylized voice goes a long way.

The Only City Left, by Andy Goldman (16:15)

Today we see that when you only have yourself to talk to, the “I” can be implicit.

Mad Tinker’s Daughter, by J.S. Morin (40:00)

There are times when too little information might just be enough.