Often bleak, sometimes hopeful, always thoughtful, if A is for Apocalypse is as prescient as it is entertaining, we’re in for quite a ride.” – Amanda C. Davis, author of The Lair of the Twelve Princesses
a contributor to this anthology you are privileged to have been able to read a
proof copy of it already. Aside from your own story, which one is your
favourite? No spoilers, please 🙂
Kellar – “U is for REDACTED” got to me early on, and
ended up being a perfect little glimpse of what would be important when facing
the end of the world.
That’s really, really a hard question to answer. But I’m picking Damian
Angelica Walters’ moving “U is for REDACTED”. It reminded me much of one of my
top favorite dark sf stories, “Testament”.
– I’ll admit that I haven’t read through the entire anthology yet (it will be
my reward when I finish this semester’s grading!), but I adore Brittany Warman’s
story- as always, her images are haunting, powerful, and full of wonderful
It’s one of the longer stories in the anthology, I think, and it’s a unique
take on events leading up to the apocalypse. The whole vibe is creepy and