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Six piercing novellas and novelettes of philosophical science fiction, lovingly crafted by a prize-winning author to provoke and arouse.
A sentient anti-meme sends emails to fight its rival in 'Meme'.
A stranded starship crew engineers the development of a primitive alien race in 'Rescue Stories', runner-up in the BSFA 50th anniversary short fiction competition.
Draw aside the social memeplex veils of man-made climate change in the controversial 'Truth', featured on the most viewed website on climate change: 'Watts up with That'.
Using hypnosis Professor Merrill probes the ‘proto-Sapiens’ language buried in us all. Yet mining the primitive words unlooses savagery, which kidnaps Merrill into grisly Ritual in 'Mano Mart'.
Awaking with amnesia in a sealed, spooky museum, Guy Green seeks identity and escape. He finds a curious alien, a disgusting 'Curator', and an appalling future. (Winner of University of Central Lancashire's SF competition prize)
Ofermynd meant only to examine the primitive creatures competing fiercely upon 7th century Earth, not reveal himself. Hearing God’s word, Emperor Heraclius declares Holy War in 'Empirical Purple'.
“From the lazy notions of trans-humanists, the confirmation bias and strangling of free debate that corrupts climate change science, to the one, deep, language that unites us all, West takes unerring aim at his targets and channels his passion to deliver winning stories every time.”