Originally published in Flicker
Main Fiction: “Once There was a Way” by Chris Barnham
Chris Barnham spent a long time working for the British government, but now just makes stuff up for himself. Chris has a novel out, with US publisher, Filles Vertes Publishing. It’s called Fifty-One, and features a time-traveling cop marooned in 1940s London, forced to choose between saving the future or the woman he loves. Interzone magazine described it as “better plotted than Connie Willis”.
Narrated by: Andrew Leman
Andrew Leman is a producer, designer, actor, writer and director, not necessarily in that order. He has appeared on professional stages in Chicago and Los Angeles, and is a member of Theatre Banshee in Burbank, California. He has designed graphics and props for numerous films and TV shows. With his friend & collaborator of many years, Sean Branney, Andrew has been running The H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society since 1984, and has developed numerous film, audio, and gaming projects, including the award-winning motion pictures The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness. He is the author of Lovecraftian Times and is the designer of highly authentic prop documents for Call of Cthulhu gamers.