exfoliate by jenny downing

Adiona Falters

Shelby hefted the door across two old sawhorses and measured it out against the drafty slab they’d been using. That done, she went back to her workshop for a screwdriver, her electric sander, and the portable generator she’d rigged from odds and ends. The new door would be a good…

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Surreal by xlibber

When Appliances Go Green

Aunt Crowfoot lived in a caravan deep in the Misty Dells plantation, part of a national network intended to soak up excess carbon from the atmosphere, in the hope of preventing any more of London being inundated by the English Channel. I liked my aunt, and talked with her often.…

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Keep Calm And Eco On


Tom Baxter had worked it out. He’d always felt guilty at being a bit of a slacker. But that was the wrong way of looking at it. The Earth was in danger not because of people like him, not because of couch potatoes vegging in front of box sets of…

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