Thursday October 22, 2020

Why Visit America: Unsettling stories that imagine a strange, near-future society

Matthew Baker is a skilled storyteller who takes new perspectives on politics and morality to present transformation, whether of an individual or a community

27th September, 2020
Matthew Baker: each story in his new collection presents a social morality situation in a future America, based on current-day political systems

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Why Visit America

By Matthew Baker

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