How do we continue when the past is tearless regrets and the future stretches like a field of broken glass? Cody T Luff doesn't have the answer, but he does have a story that asks the question, in a world of gene purity and mandatory cloning, what does it mean to be a good dad?
Cody delivers a private apocalypse between two lovers falling apart at the during the end of the world. There may not be a happily ever after (most certainly not in a Cody story) but at least there is understanding.
Cody delivers a weird west fantasy that asks hard questions. How much revenge is enough? How much atonement? At what point is redemption impossible? What happens when an reprobate gunslinger must answer for his crimes? With Cody at the typewriter, the answers are bittersweet.
For this Saint's Day in honor of love, Cody T Luff delivers a poignant SF tale of an unspoken connection that persists beyond death. Words can only get in the way, and besides, if you have a neural implant you don't need them.
No one keeps the Old Ways. Now the sacrificial meat for the pie is ethically sourced from volunteers, vat-grown, or plant-based.
And no one has seen a god in years.
In this SF Horror piece, Cody bakes in a new holiday, the meaning of community, and the consequences of forgetting the Old Ways.