SIX NAMES FOR THE END
My latest confabulation is now available at Nature, in the award-winning Futures column. It was a fun piece of fiction to write — short, sharp, and packing a mighty wallop — and I hope that you enjoy reading it, too.
As well, you can find my post about the writing of this story on The Futures Conditional blog, also hosted by Nature.
Coming up shortly, my next short story is currently slated to appear in Interzone issue #265 in July. It’s a mighty strange one, which steps on pretty much every third rail known to mankind, and with even a title that has the potential to raise a large number of eyebrows.
What can I say, I try to keep things interesting around here. (grin).
“Six Names for the End” by Ken Hinckley. In Nature, Vol. 534, No. 7607, p. 430. June 15, 2016. Futures column. [Available to read online for free]
Published by Nature Publishing Group, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited. All Rights Reserved. DOI: 10.1038/534430a