Published by: Fractal Moose Press
Ian McDonald is trying very hard not to think about how the world might be going to hell in a handbag. After all, what’s he going to be able to do about it? He’s just this guy, stuck in a small town, pinned there by a load of student debt and a stalled writing career. Oh, and a wicked case of writer’s block.
Or at least he was, until a dragon showed up in his bedroom. At midnight. Quoting Freud and muttering about the space-time continuum.
So of course, Ian must Make a Choice and decide whether he wants to follow the dragon back into the Connectome and find his muse again, or stay in a house that surely wants to kill him, one repair bill at a time.
And maybe, just maybe, he might find out that some things are worth fighting for.
Even if all you have is a can opener.
Themes and keywords: Dragons, puns, climate fiction, humorous fantasy, humourous fantasy