Carmen Baruk's graduate project, a program to do simple things like catch crooks and predict the weather, has started reorganizing the world around itself, and Carmen and her collaborator Dean Chatham are the only ones who can stop it. Unfortunately, Carmen has self-medicated herself beyond caring, and Dean seems permanently lost in a remote region of Turkey. We can only hope that Carmen will get her life and creation back under control, and find the numbers that will save us from Cappadocia.
, Charles Lewis leads us through a world of high-tech aspirations and low-tech lives. His characters navigate technology and trauma with a combination of confidence and self-destructive caprice, ignoring the repercussions of their actions until it is much too late.
Charles Lewis is from Chicago and currently resides in Eastchester, New York. When he is not writing code for a living, he sporadically writes articles for his friends at Spreeblick.de and participates in the NSK State project. His favorite things are: having electricity, public transportation.
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