Found 6 works tagged 'climate change'.
Published Jul 17, 2019 · 1,506 words (6 minutes) · 39 views
Manna from Above is a short story about death, rot, and the turning cycles of the natural world. The story is set in the same universe as Sacrament and Off Kilter, though at different timing, and features a favourite character of mine.
Fiction Series: Ongoing 3 Chapters
Updated Jun 30, 2019 · 19,684 words (72 minutes) · 2 likes · 91 views
This story is set in a world of extreme climate change, in a city now abandoned due to extreme climate change and known as the Nightside by those who chose to stay there anyway without the support of civilisation. Ellen, a school teacher, knows she should have seen the crunch coming but let herself deny it anyway. Now she needs to decide her unexpected future. This is a Work in Progress, not part of the four stories already published in Nightsiders .
Fiction Series: Complete 4 Chapters
Updated May 25, 2019 · 24,735 words (90 minutes) · 3 likes · 247 views
Near-future journalist Drow sees his future crumble before his eyes when an ill-advised story crashes his social standing all around the internet and the world. He becomes desperate — so desperate, that he might just be willing to take part in an eccentric artstorm aficionado's dangerous piece of performance art.Enjoy our first featured novella this weekend by L.X. Beckett, a Toronto-based writer and editor whose novel Gamechanger, set in the same universe, is now available for pre-order from Tor.
Published Mar 20, 2019 · 3,524 words (13 minutes) · 2 views
A story set in the same universe as "Sigh," and one that unfortunately has had a pretty rough publication history. Follows an old widower as he tries to make his way in this burnt out, dead world.
Published Mar 20, 2019 · 1,995 words (8 minutes) · 12 likes · 1036 views
You wake up, wires surrounding your head like a halo. You try to speak, but mechanical chirps emerge instead of words. The world may have ended, but your new life has just begun. This haunting story comes from author Ben Serna-Grey, a musician, writer, and fiction reviewer living in the Pacific Northwest.