New stories are up on England’s Future History! If you would like a Halloween-warm up with some creepy and dystopian (and some nice) stories, you should head over there.
If you’ve never heard of EFH, it is a series of short stories, which map out what happens to England in the future. Writers have contributed their interlinking visions of England’s future through their short stories.
Just been reading them in chronological order and I’m enjoying how the timeline is shaping up. I really liked how Sky Castle by Lizzie Clark echoed some topics from Tom Leins’ Rat farm, but I shall give no more details… Quite a few of the stories are linked together actually, and it will be fun to see what themes are picked up by the people writing the following stories. Exciting times ahead for England it seems 🙂
P.s. next deadline at the end of December, find guidelines on how to submit here!
- I want to be pure for himby Stephen Oram
- How beautiful by Maria C. McCarthy
- Mercy by Richard Blass by Florence Bean
- Thin man by Sarah Scott
- Jellymenby Norman Miller
- Rat farmby Tom Leins
- Sky castleby Lizzie Clark
- Wake up to yourselfby Aviva Treger
- Afterlifeby Lisa Farrell
- Second Thoughtsby Emma Levin
- Three and a Half Things by Nina Lindmark Lie