SEVEN PAST NOW

Like seven time capsules arriving from the future, each one containing a different vision, this rich collection of speculative tales will draw you in and take you to places both familiar and exotic.

From a robot-assassin’s near death experience, to a self-aware android's first lie; from a homeless man’s adventure down a bottomless sink hole, to humanity’s loss of life on second earth; follow Earth's first life-form from its first steps on land to its foray into space; and freeze with fear at what a mischievous boy finds under his neighbour's bed. Each of these short tales hold a universe unto themselves.

The Motherhood Effect

A surrogate mother kept in a breeding facility breaks the first rule of surrogacy.

Innocence

A mischievous boy finds more than he bargains for when he sneaks into his neighbor's home.

Ocean's Agent

Follow Earth's first life-form from its first steps on land to its foray into space.

Furnace

A robot-assassin has a near-death experience that makes it more human.

Sea of Ingenuity

Humanity's greatest achievement has a mysterious and devastating after effect.

Berg

A stray iceberg brings a message to three boys.

Sink Hole

A homeless man given up on life finds hope in a bottomless sink hole.

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SEVEN TALES,
SEVEN FUTURES

Like seven time capsules arriving from the future, each one containing a different vision, this rich collection of speculative tales will draw you in and take you to places both familiar and exotic.

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