Historian Dyrne Samson doesn’t want to read about the past anymore. Now he visits it.
Abandoning university lecturing, he joins a classified research organisation hidden beneath the streets of New London. Their time-distortion pods let him visit any event throughout history. Almost. Visiting his own timeline is forbidden – the only reason he can’t return to the day he’ll never forget.
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Matthew J. Keeley is a writer and teacher from Central Scotland. He has published short stories in various magazines and anthologies and his first sci-fi novel, Turning the Hourglass, was published by Black Rose Writing in April 2019. In July 2019, he won the National Trust Scotland Morton Writing Competition for his short story ‘In Ma Heid’. Matthew can usually be found reading, writing, or cat-worshipping.