Furthest Tales of the City Edit
Even the secular afterlife created for humanity by the Secret Architects has its limits – and there will always be those Citizens who chafe against those limits. Environmentally, culturally, biologically, cosmologically, politically, experientially, some will always seek to go further.
A group mind facing the troubling truth of resurrection. A comatose giant with human inhabitants of its own. A civilisation re-enacting an impossible apocalypse. A woman with negligible human ancestry out on the dating scene. A cult who inhabit the deep infrastructure underlying the City. A fictional adventurer starved of the risks his narrative craves.
These are their tales.
- Salutation by Philip Purser-Hallard
- Weighty Questions by Juliet Kemp
- Sleeping Giants by Elizabeth Evershed
- Driving Home from Atonatiuh by Lawrence Burton
- The Smallest Spark by Paul Hiscock
- The Places Above, Between and Below by Louise Sellers
- We Only Live Twice (but the City is not Enough) by Helen Angrove
- God Encompasses by Philip Purser-Hallard