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About the author:
Daniel G. Fitch is an apolitical programmer by day and a polite punk by night. He is obsessed
with the boundaries between science and fiction; human and other; us versus them. He can
be found walking around Madison, Wisconsin, where he is often spotted jotting strange
ideas down. He very rarely writes in the third person, except when self-publishing books.
This is his first finished book, but you can probably find other weird things he's done at: http://danielgfitch.com/
and Other Stories
Daniel G. Fitch
Black Gardens weaves our world together with a seeming future, exploring the seams between our reality and others. Mennonite space miners exchange asteroid materials for supplies, in exchange for being able to stay far away from the corruption back on Earth. DARPA has created a technological oracle to answer top-secret questions, trying to keep it under control, but not realizing how dangerous their captive may be. And a hapless university lab worker sits in the crossfire between it all, struggling to come to grips with what is really happening when he strikes up a conversation with one of the young asteroid miners, whose discoveries bring our world to the brink of apocalyptic change.
This collection also includes earlier short stories. Tales of strange apocalypses and psychological adventures, about what it means to be human and the many ways we go wrong.
- Publication Date:
- 1536941395 / 9781536941395
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Science Fiction / Short Stories