The Memory of Trees

The Memory of Trees When a young soldier recovering from a head injury is sent to a quiet world far from the brutalities of war he finds a strange landscape unlike anything he s seen before and a new vision of the bord

When a young soldier recovering from a head injury is sent to a quiet world far from the brutalities of war, he finds a strange landscape unlike anything he s seen before, and a new vision of the border between life and death This short story originally appeared in the literary science fiction magazine, LC 39, edited by Matthew Walls.

  • ☆ The Memory of Trees ☆ Lara Campbell McGehee
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The Memory of Trees

  1. Lara Campbell McGehee writes social science fiction and fantasy of the kind that is often called literary cross over The authors who have influenced and inspired her the most include Ursula K Le Guin, Gene Wolfe, Vonda N McIntyre, Richard Adams, and, of course, J.R.R Tolkien.A native of Arizona, she s an avid equestrian and passionate about the outdoors, especially the wide open landscapes of the Southwest, and her favorite places often find their way into the otherworldly settings of her stories.Her short fiction has appeared in Straeon and LC 39, and she blogs about the writing craft and about speculative fiction on her website, lcmcgehee.

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