A Sky of Cinders

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A hypertextual prose poem, told in the second person, about a dystopic future summer where the skies are filled with ash due to some environmental disaster. Each brief node offers the reader two links, at first giving what appears to be an almost linear narrative, but eventually returning to the beginning to allow the exploration of new paths. The work describes the sensations of living through such a summer without going into the narrative of how we got there, or suggestions to what may happen next.

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Jill Walker Rettberg