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Deborah Germaine Augustin (out 7/1)

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Issue 1.2
Isabelle Lin

Love at the End

Edited by Rowan Morrison || Narrated by TBD || Produced by Katalina Watt
Climate catastrophe, political violence
5200 words

20 October 2060

I woke up hungover the day after Kuala Lumpur was supposed to end. At first, all I could understand was the sharp, heavy pain in my head. The outline of the room swam. A whole- body achiness gripped me. Slowly, things started to register: my desk across from the bed, Eddie’s face down next to me, his breathing still deep with sleep—then the smell.

A green fish-tank dankness swirled in the air. A gust of it hit me as I sat up, and bile roiled up from my stomach. I clamped a hand over my mouth, swung my legs out of bed, and screamed: my feet had sunk into slimy water.

“What? What?” Eddie was still groggy.

He rolled over to look, and I fought the urge to vomit at the sensation of warm, viscous, ankle-deep water.

“Fuck,” he said.

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Deborah Germaine Augustin is a writer born and raised in Malaysia. She dreams of a world where we all have freedom of movement.
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