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Found 4 works tagged 'dystopia'.




Lorraine Schein

The Edifice

Published Jul 9, 2019 · 1,574 words (6 minutes) · 84 views

Horror Literary Fiction Satire Science Fiction dystopia

What will society become at the end of the world?


Some windows in an old lunatic asylum
Featured July 5, 2019



Stephen Dedman

The Lady Macbeth Blues

Published Jul 4, 2019 · 6,890 words (26 minutes) · 6 likes · 395 views

Science Fiction dystopia nanotechnology BSFA nominee

As jobs are automated away, a rising tide of “traditional values” groups erodes the rights of women to hold jobs or leave marriages. But as they’re poised to cement their control with longevity-increasing nanotechnology, just one woman stands in their way. This BSFA Award-nominated story was originally published in Interzone.

Author Stephen Dedman has been publishing short stories and novels for more than twenty years. He’s been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award, the British Science Fiction Association Award, and many more. Content warning: racism, misogyny.




Fiction Series: Ongoing 3 Chapters

Alex Isle

Last Lesson

Updated Jun 30, 2019 · 20,767 words (76 minutes) · 2 likes · 266 views

Science Fiction climate change dystopia Set in future Western Australia social science fiction

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 .





Nancy Jane Moore

Survival Skills

Published May 3, 2019 · 2,587 words (10 minutes) · 1 like · 167 views

Science Fiction dystopia Aikido

This is a near future story, but since I wrote it back in the 1990s, it turns out to be set in the present day. I was going to change the dates for this reprint version, but when I re-read it I realized I had assumed a stock market crash in 2008. Given what actually happened in 2008, I'm a little scared to pick a new date for economic collapse. I'd rather not be right again.