“When it rained, only dust fell from the sky. The preformed people were out on the streets, fighting their little wars, but not much else moved under the suffocating heat.

Baladrick needed to escape the city, but all the trains had been stopped, or not exactly stopped, but weren’t safe to use anymore. Due to recent events, it was no longer clear where the city ended, and if you rode the trains for too long without exiting, you might be riding them forever, never to get off again.”

Published in: Mithila Review, Issue 10, September 2018


Pages: 186 pages
Pricing: $3,47

Experimental, Fantasy, Short Fiction

Publication Date: 10. September 2018

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