Will Ellwood is a member of The Speculators writing group, which is now accelerating towards its two year anniversary. This week Will has had his first professional publication in issue 12 of Flurb, edited by Rudy Rucker. It’s a hell of a way to start a writing career, being published alongside cyberpunk legends Bruce Sterling, John Shirley and Paul DiFilippo. Expect to hear a lot more from Will Ellwood in the future.
Walls Between Worlds by Will Ellwood
Arkady left the Ministry of Defence building in Whitehall and encountered a demonstration outside. Most of the protesters Arkady recognized. This crowd assembled everyday on Horse Guards Avenue holding home-made signs with the names and photographs of missing loved ones. They chanted for answers. Scattered amongst the grieving protesters the expected bloc of Socialist Workers Party protesters joined in, giving the Ministry an excuse to do nothing.
From the Victoria Embankment he watched the wheel of the London Eye turning against the sky. In another London he had been responsible for the growing of a memorial garden in its place.
- Flurb #12 (rudyrucker.com)
- Does the Multiverse Really Exist? (preview) (scientificamerican.com)
- First Observational Test of the “Multiverse” (science.slashdot.org)
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Thanks for introducing will and pointing us in the right direction…