Meet Far, Far Away Contest Winner: Brittni Brinn

The launch of Mirror World’s Far, Far Away Anthology is quickly approaching, so now’s the time to get your pre-order in! In the weeks leading up to the launch on June 17th, we’ve been introducing the winning authors and providing teasers for the short stories and novellas featured in the anthology. So far we’ve introduced L.R. Braden, Shana Scott, and Barend Nieuwstraten III and you can read more about them right here on our blog. This week, it’s our pleasure to introduce Brittni Brinn and her short story, Field Notes from the Unknown Planet.

Brittni Brinn (she/her) is the author of The Patch Project and A Place That Used to Be, post-apocalyptic novels about survivors searching for a place to belong in a desolate world. She has a M.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Windsor. Her interests include rocks kicked up by the ocean, books from friends, and comfortable sweaters. You can read more about her work at brittnibrinn.com.

When Idylwild finds herself in a dry jungle under strange constellations, she must survive the resident predators, humanoid and reptilid, as she searches for a way off-planet. A story of human versus nature, “Field Notes from the Unknown Planet” chronicles one surveyor’s experience of a strange and dangerous world.

We hope you’ll consider picking up a copy of the Far, Far Away Anthology either when it comes out in June, or by pre-order. It will be available in both ebook and paperback form and we’re super excited for this launch and super proud of all the authors and their winning stories.

You can pre-order the book here from Mirror World, or here from Amazon.

Thanks for reading!

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