Fractured: Tales of the Canadian Post-Apocalypse TOC

Fractured: Tales of the Canadian Post-Apocalypse has a TOC. Twenty-three stories amounting to around 91,000 words. A single reprint, the rest original stories.

There are several writers who are making their first sale and a few familiar faces if you’ve read anything I have edited (Claude Lalumière, E. Catherine Tobler, Orrin Grey). Stories take place in Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Northwest Territories .

The anthology will be published via Exile Editions this fall.

In no particular order:

  1. Kalopsia, E. Catherine Tobler
  2. Jenny of the Long Gauge, Michael Matheson
  3. Snow Angel, A. M. Dellamonica
  4. Persistence of Vision, Orrin Grey
  5. Keeper of the Oasis, Steve Stanton
  6. Maxim Fujiyama and Other Persons, Claude Lalumière
  7. Saying Goodbye, Michael Pack
  8. Of the Dying Light, Arun Jiwa
  9. Edited Hansard 116, Miriam Oudin
  10. @shalestate, David Huebert
  11. The Body Politic, John Jantunen
  12. Brown Wave, Christine Ottoni
  13. Dog for Dinner, dvsduncan
  14. Manitou-wapow, GMB Chomichuk, Curtis Janzen and Thomas Turner
  15. D-Day,  T. S. Bazelli
  16. Ruptures, Jamie Mason
  17. City Noise, Morgan M. Page
  18. River Road, Amanda M. Taylor
  19. Matthew, Waiting, A.C. Wise
  20. The Dome of St. Macaire, Jean-Louis Trudel
  21. No Man is a Promontory, Hilary Janzen
  22. White Noise, Geoff Gander (reprint)
  23. Last Man Standing, Frank Westcott

Welcome to the post-apocalypse, people. And to Canada.

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