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Nobody Goes Out Anymore: Futuristic Fiction Post Covid-19

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Published August 10th 2020
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Robert W. Easton
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Many Unique Tales of Life in a Pandemic
Note: I received a copy in advance in exchange for a review

The idea, that COVID-19 is an impetus for story is solid. There are quite a few unique variations in how that happens.

Three that stand out as exceptional:

Veronica Smith's story is a horrifying look at someone who is harvested for a cure.

DL Russell's contribution is a hilarious about the absurd lengths people try to find their new normal.

Anna Lindwasser's is a morality tale about children trying to
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Carrie
Sep 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Spooky and very relevant right now.
Mary Thornburg
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
First a disclaimer: I had nothing to do with the production of this book, but I was asked to write a Foreword for it and, having worked with the editor on other projects, I was happy to agree.

"Nobody Goes Out Anymore" is a collection of fiction by various authors, written and published as a response to the current coronavirus pandemic. As such, it represents a wide assortment of responses, ranging in structure from traditional short stories to "slices of life" to the fictional equivalent of scre
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