ep·i·logue: an ending that serves as a comment on or conclusion to what has happened.
Climate change, natural disaster, war and disease threaten to destroy all we know. Predictions of the future are bleak. But does the apocalypse really mean the end of the world? Is there no hope for a future that follows?
Twelve writers take on the end of the world and go beyond, to what comes next.
- “A memory trapped in light” by Joanne Anderton
- “Time and tide” by Lyn Battersby
- “Fireflies” by Steve Cameron
- “Sleeping Beauty” by Thoraiya Dyer
- “The Fletcher Test” by Dirk Flinthart
- “Ghosts” by Stephanie Gunn
- “Sleepers” by Kaia Landelius
- “Solitary” by Dave Luckett
- “Cold comfort” by David McDonald
- “The Mornington Ride” by Jason Nahrung
- “What books survive” by Tansy Rayner Roberts
- “The last good town” by Elizabeth Tan
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