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The Future History of the British Isles

May 2, 2019

Occasionally an adventure-minded leader would suggest building long ropes to climb up to Ingle-Land. Shamans suggested the entire earth was rotten, and that they would be climbing from one hell, to an identical or worse facsimile. People liked the word facsimile. They no longer new what it meant, exactly, but took...

Apr 25, 2019

Young and old toiled together, and though teeth did rot, no one was unemployed, given work had once more come to mean daily survival. After the Black Rains, the insects were first to die. Then the fish. There was a stay of execution for six months, when turnips would still grow. In turnips we trust. Then all...

Apr 19, 2019

The automated security turrets, forged in cement and steel by his majesty’s government to keep the county’s people in, now inadvertently kept the desperate hordes out, as civil war broke throughout the rest of the England- the cracks of gunfire like distant fireworks as Ilkeston burned itself to the ground....

Apr 11, 2019

The people of Nottinghamshire found strength in separation, with the abandoned shops and paved streets of derelict town centres pulled up for root vegetables to prosper. Rural communities focused on self-sufficient economies of dung. Written by Hugh Dichmont

New edit released 21st April 2020

Apr 5, 2019

Dubbed “England’s answer to Pompeii”, the 687 inhabitants of Sutton-cum-Lound, known for its proximity to numerous fishing lakes, were poisoned and preserved by formaldehyde from nearby fracking plants, embalming residents in the midst of daily life. Written by Hugh Dichmont

New edit released 21st April 2020