At Once

Lucy Creedon


We become more anxious as we fabricate environments for ourselves over which we lose control. Landscapes of the familiar, mapped by relations and routines, shift and are unsettled by alterations that we introduce through our own interference. Without seeking to make these changes or their causes explicit, this story tells of lives already irrevocably altered and increasingly consumed by a sense of threat and (environmental, technological and emotional) crisis, and by memories that have thus been buried or wiped.


creative; short story

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