Still: ‘How to Make a Zombie’ by Deborah Klaassen

The photograph: in a workshop, a clock face dangles from a single wire, with further electrics bunched together in front.

The story: Tatty is disillusioned with university until she meets philosophy lecturer Daniel Perkins – at last, it seems, she’s found someone who is actually interested in intellectual conversation. When she wonders how he manages to get everything done, Perkins offers to teach Tatty his secret method of slowing down time – and this absorbing read takes a shocking turn.

Link: Deborah Klaassen’s blog

This is one of a series of posts on the anthology StillClick here to read the rest.

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