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Recollections from a future ocean – a short story for eno magazine

eno. is the new literary magazine for the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke¬†University. Its mission is “to inspire a respect for our environment by engaging in thoughtful expression through the use of artistic, reflective, and creative forms.” This year, I have two poems and one short story featured. Both poems can be found at my other blog, Hardtack and Sardines.

Shift, a piece of short, speculative fiction, follows a young marine biologist through a day of fishing in the not-too-distant future. Follow this link to check out the magazines first issue and find out the dark secret behind Brevoortia plastiphage.


Deep-sea biologist, population/conservation geneticist, backyard farm advocate. The deep sea is Earth's last great wilderness.


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