Steampunk

Lunestra

Short fantasy fiction

Photo by Jongsun Lee on Unsplash

Author’s Note: This short story doesn’t have a nice tidy ending but instead is open ended. If that’s not your thing, feel free to read something else!

Jenson put on his goggles and flipped the switch that turned on the vision setting. What had been close to black, with only the dim silvery light of the moon that hung in the space-dark sky to supplement the…

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Caitlin McColl

Caitlin McColl

I write about mental health, the future, grief & loss, mindfulness, general life musings (+ fiction and poetry!). ❤️coffee & dogs. 🇨🇦