The Feature Film Project based on the work of the Anthropocene Chronicles now has a title and is being produced as the writers have set to work. The movie is to be called Dissonance, and is currently being written by Saranne Bensusan writer Scheduled, Rachael Howard of Memories and Nick Jackson writer of The Colour […]
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Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II are now available as epubs from the Perúvian retailer PerúeBooks Part IPart IIPart I Part I with Stories from Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke, and Emma Pullar Part II Part II With short stories written by RachaelHoward, Nick Jackson and Fiona Leitch
Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II are now available as epubs from the Italian retailer IBS, as well as many other epub reseller across Europe as well as on Kindle Part I Part I with Stories from Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke, and Emma Pullar Part II Part II With […]
Anthropocene Chronicles Part II, with short stories from Rachael Howard, Nick Jackson and Fiona Leitch is now available from Rakuten Overdrive
Part I of the Anthropocene Chronicles, with stories from Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke and Emma Pullar is now available to borrow from Ratuken Overdrive
find out what happens to Emilie in The Anthropocene Chronicles, available now on Amazon
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On January the First, 2018, just three days prior to the shooting of Lavenders Blue the first promotional video cut together from material for the film was released via Vimeo and YouTube. Source: There are now Promotional Videos appearing online for The Anthropocene Chronicles
Writer Rachael Howard talks about collaboration and getting involved with the Anthropocene Chronicles. Source: Rachael Howard talks Anthropocene Chronicles
Carmen Radtke, author of both “Love and Other Crimes” and “Privilege” from The Anthropocene Chronicles, has just seen a review of her recent novel Case of the Missing bride published on Goodreads – read it here.