“Long Indeed We Do Live. . .”

Title“Long Indeed We Do Live. . .”
Year for Search2013
AuthorsConstantine, Storm (b. 1956)
Secondary AuthorsWhates, Ian [George](b. 1959)
Secondary TitleLooking Landwards: Stories Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Agricultural Engineers
Pagination179-98
Date Published2013
PublisherNewCon Press in Association with The Institute of Agricultural Engineers
Place Published[Weston, Eng]
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

In a future after an undescribed environmental catastrophe, society has developed inside domes with different arbors devoted to different trees. Presented mostly positively. While there is much fantasy in the story, it appears that human life has also adapted to life outside the domes and that here is communication between life outside and the trees inside. 

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Author Note

The female author (b. 1956) adopted her pseudonym as her legal name.

Full Text

2013 Constantine, Storm (b. 1956). “Long Indeed We Do Live…” Looking Landwards: Stories Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Agricultural Engineers. Ed. Ian Whates ([Weston, Eng]: NewCon Press in Association with The Institute of Agricultural Engineers, 2013), 179-98. PSt

In a future after an undescribed environmental catastrophe, society has developed inside domes with different arbors devoted to different trees. Presented mostly positively. While there is much fantasy in the story, it appears that human life has also adapted to life outside the domes and that here is communication between life outside and the trees inside. The female author adopted her pseudonym as her legal name.