Evolution by Micheal Harding

Richard decided that he’d had enough. The probes, the lost time, the strange marks, the weird memories, those long faces and big black eyes staring down at him. Nobody believed him anymore anyway, if they ever had.

It made for an ideal cover though, the green hoodie. He could blend in with the green of the corn fields and cut out great swathes through the stalks. The last one was a message: If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.

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Micheal Harding is an electronic sound artist and horror/crime writer. His work has been exhibited in Australian galleries and played on radio in Australia and the United States. His most recent work was issued by Stormy Island Publishing in the collection Salty Tales. He lives in South-Western Sydney – a place of endless inspiration – with his wife and daughter.

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