Hey, I’m Serena! Thanks for checking out my bio. You’re probably here for info, not greetings, so here’s the basic rundown – I write science fiction and fantasy, often with explicit LGBT+ characters and themes, something personally important to me as I am a transgender woman. I’m twenty, study linguistics at university, and generally seem to do things other than writing. On more personal details, I mostly listen to heavy metal and similar genres while writing, and I’ve finished two stories as of now – Chlorophyll and Gasoline, my novella, and Fathers Bury Sons, though Anoikis is my current wip.
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Chlorophyll and Gasoline
Willow is a curious young woman who lives in the Yggdrasil, a city-sized tree host to dozens of villages eking out a living in the post-collapse world. On occasion, she plunges down into the dark and unmapped roots of Yggdrasil, trying to find rare plants or technological relics from the past. On a sortie to a new location, Willow finds a strange living statue that calls itself Suzy. In speaking to this statue, Willow starts to feel compelled towards helping this lost soul. However, before she can help Suzy, she must deal with the pushback at home, as not everyone believes Suzy to be the same kind person that Willow does.
Method of cell death in which an anchorage-dependent cell detaches from the extracellular matrix, starving it of nutrients.
In a world dominated with biological technology, where cars are replaced with creatures, where weapons are symbiotic and must be fed like any animal, the base human need to wage war is preserved. And in this world of muscle and sinew, a special operations soldier, Natalie, goes behind enemy lines, and experiences a new kind of brutality as she is chewed up and spat out without supplies, without support, and without any real hope.