Wind Angels

by Leigh Kennedy
Release date: October 2011
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy, horror, short stories

Cover art by James Hannah.

An encounter with an almost-familiar man on the train, letting a corpse say good-bye, tow truck drivers who know how to be first on the scene of crashes, the pain of waiting for a lift, a girl coping with horrendous tragedy in an odd place, a man's dusty longing spiced by strange mementos, the multi-era haunting of ancient Troy, the unexpected journey of a hospital faery, the dampness of almost everlasting life, a brave bicycle journey, recognition in a refugee crisis, the real meaning of still images, a orbiting space land with Cartesian diver trinkets and Conestoga hovercraft, a foreign language student in a seaside town, coming to terms with the damage of a permanently flooded English town and bats out of hell: stories of past, present and future in the American southwest, in England and away from Earth itself, a collection of the sweet and sad and unusual.

updated 2012-02-01

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