Writers SG Smith and Richard Nichols caught up recently to discuss SG’s novel Te Kereru and what it means to write speculative fiction on the edge of a super-volcano
The Who or The Hu? Who Loves Hu The Most? Meme by Graeme Smith from thisisgraeme. Read my short fiction you maniacs.
Based Kererū… He’s A Badass and He’s Talking 2 You! Based Kererū also says you can have Book 1 for FREE when you buy Book 2 of Te Kererū by SG Smith
Alec Dystopia Citizen Journalist – Is another odd 5 Minute short story by Graeme Smith. In it you meet Alec Dystopia, the futuristic anti-hero of this speculative tale of education and evil.
NEW REVIEW of SG Smith’s Te Kererū – Book 2 By Neovictorian. Te Kererū in the Diamond Age.
Are you looking for some new fiction to read? Wanna read some new New Zealand…
What should I read during the Covid-19 Lockdown? You should read Te Kererū by SG Smith. Free download and free audio introduction here.
Check out Te Kererū Book 1, The Nest by Susan Smith
Alec Dystopia just wanted to be happy. This, he was discovering, was problematic.
In another time, perhaps it was his youth, he’d had a traditional education. Personalised. Automated.
Rapid advances in analytics and big data in the early 21st century meant it was easy and cheap to customise individual learning across every kind of demographic, device, operating system, and geographical location.
But the real price of Alec’s free and ubiquitous education had been the seamless integration of laser-precision targeted advertising and government propaganda.
Beamed directly into his cerebral cortex.
You should read one of my short stories. They are available for download on Amazon…