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Frances K R
(now cleared for 2018 progress!)
I was halfway through the Friday eleven to seven shift, which is the loneliest of the lot, when the time machine lit up and spat Mo out.
She looked like she was on fire. Not like she’d been set on fire; she looked like fire was running over her skin like spilled beer running across a table, foaming and spreading. Tachyon breakdown, the decay of shifted time.
I’ve seen people come through before, but only on tape. And Jesus, never anyone I knew—
And because it was Mo, I killed the alarm.
– ‘Playing Prometheus’, Persistent Visions Magazine, 18 November 2016
|What I Write||
Secondary-world fantasy, polite horror, and somewhat emotional science fiction. The lines seem to blur a bit. Currently working on several short stories and editing a post-apocalyptic novel.
“Late Night at the Low Road Diner”, forthcoming in Liminal Stories in August 2018.
“Thou Unnecessary Letter”, published in the No Shit, There I Was… anthology. February 2017.
6,000 new words written, and 3 short stories revised.
I deeply admire Clarion West; while I’m not sure if I’ll ever be able to attend the six-week workshop, I admire the work they do (both the six-week and the one-day workshops, not to mention the scholarships) and I’d love to support it.