October: ‘Her Husband’s Hands‘ by Adam-Troy Castro. A creepy-good (my new word) story about the remnants of war. What does happen when modern technology can ensure most people survive the horrors of war? How do we feel when those remnants are returned to us? A creepy-good story examining issues of war, survival, and home.
November: ‘Houses‘ by Mark Pantoja is a fun read that made me giggle out loud a few times. Humans have disappeared, leaving behind all the robots and automatons developed to take care of our everyday needs. Without humans to care for, what do they do next? I enjoyed the voice of this piece, and really liked the gentle humour that came through.