The story that I wrote for The End is Night anthology is different for me in a lot of ways. On the one hand it is familiar, as it is set in the world of my short story “Biographical Fragments of the Life of Julian Prince,” but on the other it embraces political and moral themes that I’ve previously not addressed.
I discussed this via a fairly comprehensive interview about the story over at The End is Nigh website. Warning, much of the discussion is full of spoilers. If you want to know more about the background of the story, you can check the interview out here.