A Hardback edition by James Miller in English (Oct 18, 2018)
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At night, the trees whispered. Told ghost stories, their leaves trembling. Remembered the fallen. Joked. Dry laughter rustled the dark. A small fiction is what happens when a... Read more
At night, the trees whispered. Told ghost stories, their leaves trembling. Remembered the fallen. Joked. Dry laughter rustled the dark. A small fiction is what happens when a writer wants to tell a hundred stories but doesn t have the time to write a hundred books. Instead, he writes the seeds of them and casts them to the wind. What started as an exercise in creativity on social media has grown to become a wonderful compendium of thoughts on humanity, storytelling and finding the absurd in the everyday. Every story in the collection is distinct, and while some play on common themes each story stands on its own. Through the genre lenses of science fiction, fantasy, contemporary fiction, folklore, and humour each of these small fictions is a peephole that reveals a bigger story.
James Miller is a writer and he lives in California. He co-created the company Embros Creative with his brother Jefferson, and he has written for anything he could get his hands on. Most recently that has been video games, review sites, and blogs. A Small Fiction is his first book. Jefferson Miller is an artist and a graphic designer and he lives in California. He co-created Embros Creative, and he s the artist for the comic Dear Toadington. Jefferson has also created illustrations, logos, album covers, character art, and more.
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