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Fragile butterfly wings over the Arctic ice…

A human transplanted inside a giant monarch butterfly body roams an Earth scarred by climatic changes. The monarch is indestructible, as long as he keep to the rarefied altitudes. But can he stay indifferent to the suffering going on under his wings?

A short and compelling ecological tale, by multiple awards-winning Canadian SF author Michèle Laframboise


This story does an excellent job of balancing the power dynamics, technological advances, and human stories that will shape the world in the next century.

Karen Burnham, Locus Magazine

A gripping and harrowing tale...
rich in vivid, evocative details.

Marie Haskins

Not into science fiction?
Discover hard-boiled sleuths at work!

Called on an accidental heat-death, the best sleuth of the Greater Garden Police Department suspects foul play.

Officer Gowoon slogs her way through her investigation, among the low-lifes and beer-smugglers, warding off mating attempts from obnoxious colleagues and keeping a wary eyestalk for those lightning-fast giants roaming the territory.

Corruption and back-stabbing, danger and steamy passions… your backyard has never been so interesting!

Those books are the perfect spring short reads, with a quirky story-telling style reminiscent of Watership Down !