Blake Pitcher is the author of the novel Letters from the Apocalypse. Connect with him on Twitter via @blake_p and visit writing.blakepitcher.com for more information.
Self-crashing cars; a rabbit that transcends reality; the inexorable passion of artificial intelligence--
Autonomy is a collection of stories dealing with reality, strangeness, and the space between.
Includes the novella The Young Hyenas.
An outing with grandma turns into a nightmarish joyride.
Dymotron’s Robot Butler is the best help a man can buy, but at what cost?
“GOBi & the Jo-Bird”
Google’s “Online Being” runs rampant and… falls in love.
A detour in a self-driving car turns deadly.
For Marshall, life is full of choices. But who is actually making them?
“Cold, As I Am”
A loner in a strange city overthinks an innocuous question.
Aeneatha, in the Sky
A woman follows a rabbit out of an alien world.
“Ice Cream for Smitty”
When Smitty is terrorized by two young boys, a tiny thought inspires meaningful action.
A magical rabbit transcends death and reality.
And, Eclectic-noir Flash Fiction:
A Week Along the Coast
The Things They Carried won France's prestigious Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger and the Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize; it was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award.