Timestealer

      Steve Stanton
Timestealer

This classic sci-fi story from the President of SF Canada has been published in a dozen countries and ten languages to widespread admiration. “Perhaps the best story is ‘Timestealer’, by Steve Stanton, about a man who records short experiences from other people, at the cost of their memory of the experience, and his search for truly novel material.” (Locus Magazine, Reviewed by Richard Horton)Part One in the Series Water Saga Sisters, Mabel and Tess, live in what remains of southern Appalachia, eking out an existence among a small group of villagers. Abandoned by their mother, Mabel has been left with the responsibility of raising her sister. Along with this obligation Mabel puts her own life on hold, never allowing herself to take the time to explore her own feelings and needs. This is the only life she has ever known. Then along comes Jack. The earth has become flooded by never-ending rains. No one knows when the rain started, it has just always been. There is a legend passed down by the elders of a land with blue skies. Every 2 years the leaders send out a scouting party in search of this legend. Does it exist or is it just a myth? No one knows, so far no one has ever returned. This book is novelette length. written in the serial format.

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    Climate Fiction: Keeper of the Oasis

      Steve Stanton
Climate Fiction: Keeper of the Oasis

Climate change has scorched the Earth, and an old man struggles for life as guardian of the last oasis in the Great Lakes basin."Keeper of the Oasis" was first published in Fractured; Tales of the Canadian Post-Apocalypse, Exile Editions, September 2014.A stream of consciousness account of one person's SOPA/PIPA protest.

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