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A neat story from McAuley .
A post-Collapse setting, but an unlikely one, with a bee keeper the main protagonist. But she’s not an ordinary apiarist, and they’re not ordinary bees…
A shortish extrapolation of biotech – some technical issues once a-life starts to mutate, and what opportunities might arise.
Set in McAuley’s Jackaroo universe, a great little story of an elderly beachcomber who finds a man at her remote door. Who he was, or what he is, is a mystery, perhaps tied in with the ancient semi-submerged alien factories on the nearby beaches of the remote planet gifted to humanity by the Jackaroo.
Near-future post-icecap-melt story, that looks at some of the risks to the previously inaccessible wilderness of the Antartic.
A gentler story than you might expect, set post-Quiet War.
In McAuley’s Jackaroo series, a young man finds himself setting out on the beginning of a great adventure