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Anthropocene Chronicles Part I price drop in run up to Part II release

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In anticipation of the release of Part II  of The Anthropocene Chronicles on Thursday the twelfth (Amazon Kindle) and Friday the thirteenth (other formats) we have now reduced the price of Part I.

The Anthropcene Chronicles Page and the Facebook Page have links to some of the many stores and formats that the book is available from.

 

 

Read The Anthropocene Chronicles free courtesy of Groupon

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The nice guys at Amazon are currently running an offer for sixty day free access to kindle unlimited, which should be more than adequate time to allow you to read The Anthropocene Chronicles, the anthology of short stories that we recently published with contributions from Saranne Bensusan,Carman Radtke, and Emma Pullar in Part I. Part II will be published later this year with tales from Rachel Howard, Nick Jackson and Fiona Leitch.

The Groupon offer can be found here: http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/60-days-kindle-unlimited?preview=true

If you don’t have a kindle reading app, then you can get one here

Anthropocene Chronicles Part I published

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Part One of The Anthropocene Chronicles has been published, arriving on kindle first of all, whilst other formats are undergoing the publishing process. This book contains the short story Scheduled, which is the basis of  Saranne Bensusan‘s upcoming film of the same name.

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New Projects for Berlinale

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two years ago we presented our Stop-motion animation The Hunting of the Snark, directed by Saranne Bensusan, at the Marché du Film and it was subsequently distributed on VOD and DVD,

Hunting of the Snark Cannes 2015

This year we will be attending Berlinale with new feature projects, from the ninth to the thirteenth of February, feel free to contact us for more info.