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Exit earth

Paul Turner, MICHAEL F BIRD, Courttia Newland, Rachel Connor, Francisco Gonzalez, Robin Griffiths, James Miller, Toby Litt, David James Poissant, Alan Robson, Tomek Dzido, Erik Bergstrom, Duncan Abel, Virginia Ballesty, Jessica Bonder, M R Carey, Philip Webb Gregg, Ross Jeffery, Alice Kouzmenko, Richard Lee-Graham, Tomas Marcantonio, Tabitha Potts, Anthony Self, Guy Smith

Publisher: STORGY Books

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Summary

From Trumpocalypse to Brexit Britain, brick by brick the walls are closing in. But don’t despair. Bulldoze the borders. Conquer freedom not fear. EXIT EARTH explores all life – past, present, or future – on, or off – this beautiful, yet fragile, world of ours. Final embraces beneath a sky of flames. Tears of joy aboard a sinking ship. Laughter in a lonely land. Dystopian or utopian, realist or fantasy, horror or sci-fi, EXIT EARTH is yours to conquer.
 
EXIT EARTH includes the short fiction of all fourteen finalists from the STORGY EXIT EARTH Short Story Competition, as judged by critically acclaimed author Diane Cook (Man vs. Nature). EXIT EARTH EXTRA contains additional stories by award winning authors M R Cary (The Girl With All The Gifts), Toby Litt (Corpsing), James Miller (Lost Boys), Courttia Newland (A Book of Blues), and David James Poissant (The Heaven of Animals), in addition to stories by Tomek Dzido, Ross Jeffery, Alice Kouzmenko, Tabitha Potts, and Anthony Self. With exclusive artwork by Amie Dearlove, HarlotVonCharlotte, CrapPanther, and cover design by Rob Pearce.

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