Editors Chris Flynn and Melissa Cranenburgh asked 12 writers to rethink 'the end of the world' and the results include earthquakes, clones, internal galaxies and a story called "The Apocalypse" by James Franco, who writes an account of playing a fictional James Franco called James Franco in a film about people making films. What an oddball. It's weirdly interesting to read, especially if you are familiar with Franco's work.
The pages feature a combination of six established writers (including Sophie Cunningham, Tony Birch and Wayne Macauley) alongside six writers chosen from a submission process (look out for Rafael SW, Jude Bridge and Andy Murdoch). Each story is cleverly matched with artwork by 12 different artists, which makes for a wonderfully immersive few hours.
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