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The 29th century treats the 21st like a prison colony. One convict, Maya, dreams of a jailbreak. Or, failing that, revenge.
Paperback, 15 pages
Published March 2018 by Detritus Books
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James Gifford
Oct 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a beautifully made chapbook short story with a letterpress cover. The story itself moves along quickly, and the philosophy is unstated but firmly present. A small twist at the end (apart from being a structural tactic) really makes the protagonist "gel" as a character and makes the readers rethink how we approach her. I liked this a lot. ...more
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**We Who Will Destroy the Future** is a nice little time travel short story, available at https://resonanceaudiodistro.org/we-w.... Good story, good setting, very good narrator voice. ...more
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Margaret Killjoy is a transfeminine author and editor currently based in the Appalachian mountains. Her most recent book is an anarchist demon hunters novella called The Barrow Will Send What it May, published by Tor.com. She spends her time crafting and complaining about authoritarian power structures and she blogs at birdsbeforethestorm.net.

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