I’m thrilled to announce that my short story The Emancipation of Google has just been published today in Theme of Absence, an online magazine of speculative flash fiction and short stories. Click the image above to read it or go here.
At nearly 1,300 words, it’s a short read. It’s about an unusual encounter between a student and a search engine and is based on a popular internet conspiracy theory…
The Emancipation of Google was previously the winner of the Rushmoor Writers Founders Cup 2015. It got longlisted by Inktears and shortlisted by England’s Future History in 2016.
Theme of Absence also conducted an interview with me. In it I talk about my writing goals, my approach and experiences, how I got started, and more. There are also some (hopefully useful) words of advice for fellow writers. Click the image below to read the interview or go here.
Very proud to be part of this awesome magazine! 🙂