The short film, Lavender’s Blue, which also is also a propaganda film from the story, and procedes the first story in the book has won “Best Experimental Short” at this year’s Mumbai International Cult Film Fetstival Anthropocene Chronicles short Lavenders Blue wins at Mumbai Cult Film Festival
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Lavender’s Blue selected for LIFFT INDIA FILMOTSAV in Pune, India
As of May 1st, eBooks have been zero rated for VAT in the UK just as physical books are, to help take advantage of this, we have reduced the price of both of the Anthropocene Chronicles eBooks that are available from Amazon. for more details: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/zero-rate-of-vat-for-electronic-publications
Today we took the decision to move our ebooks on to Kindle Unlimited, which will allow many of you to read them free of charge, unfortunately to do ths we had to remove them from sale in alternate formats, a move that is acceptable as Amazon had one of the lowest retail prices for the […]
Saranne Bensusan’s Dystopian short, Lavender’s Blue, which was co-written by Rachael Howard and stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter has been selected for the Mentone Film Festival which takes place on November 12th and 13th.
Lavender’s Blue selected for SLUM film festival in Nairobi
After many months of trying to ensure the the entire world has access to the oppressive world of The Anthropocene Chronicles, we have found a retailer located in scandinavia, more specifically Sweden that is selling the paperback, and have included a link here.
Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II are now available as epubs from the Polish retailer Legemi, as well as many other epub resellers across Europe as well as on Kindle
Lavender’s Blue earns nomination at Maverick Movie Awards
Lavender’s Blue selected for Montevideo Fantastico in Uruguay