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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 Fawdaze
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'More families fracture in Rebecca Fraser’s ‘Fawdaze’ when two sisters face an unearthly stranger in a story that harnesses misogyny and climate destruction to change everyone’s destiny.'

Source: https://clarerhoden.com/from-the-wasteland-the-writers/from-the-waste-land-meet-the-stories/

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    y separately published work icon From the Wasteland From the Wasteland : Stories Inspired by T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land Clare Rhoden (editor), Harrogate : PS Publishing , 2022 25323334 2022 anthology short story

    'From The Waste Land - stories inspired by T.S. Eliot's “The Waste Land” Plaintive ghosts, deep space, medieval castles, rising seas, parched deserts, abandoned villages…Inspired by its powerful themes—still highly resonant in an era looking for hope—nineteen original tales mark the centenary of Eliot’s poem. From the Waste Land brings together decorated writers and new voices in fantasy; ghost tales, horror, dystopia and science fiction. With a blend of the grotesque and the sublime, the poignant and the horrifying, the sad and the stoic, you’ll find stories that conjure wastelands from the 1500s to many centuries hence. You’ll also find the hope for humanity and the belief in our joint future that these writers seek for us all.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Harrogate : PS Publishing , 2022
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