Anthropocene Chronicles Part I
Part I of the Anthropocene Chronicles includes short Stories written by Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke and Emma Pullar
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
We now offer you the chance to download a free sample of the Anthropocene Chronicles book, including the first short story “Scheduled” by Saranne Bensusan. This can be downloaded here!
The Anthropocene Chronicles can now be found on Goodreads, check out the authors and see who’s reading it!
In addition to the eBooks, which Barnes and Noble have been selling for a while, they now have the paperback available.
Anthropocene Chronicles Parts I & II are now available as epubs from the Dutch retailer BOL, as well as many other epub resellers across Europe as well as on Kindle
over the last week, we have been compiling a single paperback containing all the stories from The Anthropocene Chronicles Part I and Part II, we have also been hard at work designing a new eye-catching cover for this book along with several pieces of artwork which will be used in its promotion (some of which […]
Part I of the Anthropocene Chronicles, with stories from Saranne Bensusan, Carmen Radtke and Emma Pullar is now available to borrow from Ratuken Overdrive SummaryAuthor RatingAggregate Ratingno rating based on 0 votes Brand Name Anthropocene ChroniclesProduct Name Part I
Order the Anthropocene Chronicles for your Nook reader at Barnes and Noble, using the links below!
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.
Emma Pullar, writer of the short story “Old Trees don’t Bend” recently published a dystopian thriller titled Skeletal you can read a review here on bookstormer.