Hannah Kate

poet, short story writer and editor based in Manchester

OUT NOW: Nothing (Hic Dragones, 2019)

Bleak landscapes, empty hearts, insignificant lives, dystopian futures, extinction, limbo, uncertainty, death. A beautiful void or a horrific state of being. The simple complexity of nothingness.

A new anthology of short stories, edited by Hannah Kate, that take place when everything has gone, in the empty spaces that are left, and with the people that cling to a last deceptive semblance of something—anything—in the face of the void. Embark on a journey to nowhere, with no one, meaning nothing.

Contents:
‘Four Blank Pages’ by Daisy Black
‘Nobody’ by K. Bannerman
‘Nothing but Darkness’ by Patrick Lacey
‘A Banquet of Stars’ by Anthony Cowin
‘The Empty People’ by Amanda Steel
‘Ashes’ by C.V. Leedham
‘State of You’ by Jeanette Greaves
‘Projection’ by Ackley Lewis
‘The Experiment’ by Sally Davies
‘Mrs Frankenstein’s Void’ by Valentine George
‘The Forever Sea’ by Melanie Stott
‘The House Lights Dim’ by Tim Major
‘Trap Street’ by Hannah Kate
‘White Stone’ by Rue Karney
‘The March’ by M. Raymond
‘The Sum of our Memories’ by Sara L. Uckelman
‘Traps’ by David Turnbull
‘The Hole is Waiting’ by Tony Rabig
‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Square’ by Nancy Schumann
‘Blisters’ by Sarah Peploe

For more information, or to get a copy of the book, please visit the Hic Dragones website.

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