“Sound of Chartreuse” in Perihelion

I am so pleased to announce that my short story “Sound of Chartreuse” has been published by Perihelion Science Fiction Magazine. Set on a planet far away and in the distant future, it’s about antagonistic half sisters: one a musician who’s invented a new kind of instrument and the other, our main character, a synesthete who has a perceptual connection between emotion and colour.

It’s an odd one but very close to my heart.
Perihelion commissioned this lovely art work by James Barbero which captures Sonjec lost in the music of her frequlet. So check out my story and all the others at Perihelion! Hope you like it.

  2 comments for ““Sound of Chartreuse” in Perihelion

  1. Craig
    June 19, 2018 at 10:19 am

    I just read “Sound of Chartreuse” one of the best short S/F stories ever. Thanks.

    • June 19, 2018 at 12:36 pm

      Hi Craig, Thank you! I so appreciate you reading it and letting me know that you like it. It is near and dear to me. Best~ n

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