P. A Cornell

P.A. Cornell is a Chilean-Canadian speculative fiction writer. She currently lives in Canada, but was living in Santiago, Chile during the mid-80s where late one night her father took her to the outskirts of the city to see Halley's Comet, an event that over thirty years later would inspire "Lost Beyond the Lights". A member of the SFWA and graduate of the Odyssey workshop, her short fiction has appeared in several professional anthologies and genre magazines. For a full bibliography and social media links, visit pacornell.com.

By P. A Cornell 

Lost Beyond the Lights

In  by December 10, 2021
“Wake up, Paola, it’s time.” My daughter shifts in her bed in a way that reminds me of when she was a child, but she has children of her own now—the oldest a teenager already. How did so many years pass so quickly? Tonight, my own childhood seems close enough to touch, the echoes of […]
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