Immanence

The gods and demons of ages past didn’t simply give up and walk away when people stopped believing in them . . .

 

They’re still here, still real.

In our workplaces. In our homes.

They’re with us from the day we’re born until the day we die. And beyond.

The seventeen stories of IMMANENCE will beguile and amuse you. They will challenge and terrify you. Like the gods and demons themselves, each will show a different face to you.

And you will never forget them.

  • File Size: 2580 KB
  • Print Length: 372 pages
  • Publisher: Story Spring Publishing
  • Publication Date: March 29, 2016
  • Digital-ISBN:
  • Trade-ISBN: 978-1940699097

“Intelligent, bewitching, skillfully written.”E Carnell

“A great collection of short stories. On top of all being well written engaging stories there were some interesting writing techniques/methods of telling the stories that I really enjoyed. Would absolutely recommend this collection.”Oscar F

“Rich in atmosphere, made me feel like I was really in the various locations, whether Chinatown or a university town on the Northern coast of England. There wasn’t a clunker in the book.”Louise B

J.L. Aldis’s background is in the study and teaching of literature, though she has also worked as a teacher of English as a foreign language and as a translator. Putting her academic skills to work in a real-world setting is a source of delight to her, especially with the publication of Immanence, her second anthology of original short fiction after Thoroughly Modern Monsters (Story Spring Publishing, 2013). She has once again found it a huge pleasure to work with such a talented and gracious group of authors and extends her thanks to them all, as well as to Story Spring for bringing this book to the reading public.

E.E. Weber is a writer and editor based in San Diego, CA. Her editorial interests include fiction, verse, drama, scientific writing, and providing useful feedback to fledgling writers. Her mantra for all words that pass through her hands, be they her own or someone else’s, comes from Nobel laureate Max Delbrück, who encouraged all who attempt to communicate complicated concepts to “[ i] magine that your audience has zero knowledge but infinite intelligence.”

 

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