Time Shadows

a short-story anthology benefiting LimbForge

August 6, 2017
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Time Shadows – Available by August 31

Looking for the Time Shadows short-story anthology for charity? You’ve come to the right place! The Time Shadows: Anniversary Edition will be available for purchase by August 31, 2017, with all proceeds benefiting LimbForge.

In the meantime, please consider making a donation to LimbForge, non-profit that provides tools and training for clinicians to quickly provide patients with high-quality and cost-effective 3D printed prosthetics.

July 16, 2017
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Time Shadows Vol 2: Commissioned Writers

Update… The second Time Shadows anthology is now in the second draft stage and will feature 25 stories penned by BBC Books, Short TripsSeasons of War and Time Shadows alumni, as well as talented newcomers:

Dale Smith (BBC Books, Short Trips)
Nick Walters (BBC Books, Bernice Summerfield)
Ian Farrington (Short TripsErimem)
Paul Sutton (Big Finish Audios)
Stephen Hatcher (Short TripsTime Shadows)
John Davies (Short TripsSeasons of War)
Josh Wanisko (Big Finish’s Short Trips competition winner)
Violet Addison & David N. Smith (Short TripsFaction Paradox)
Paul Williams (Short Trips)
Matt Grady (Short TripsMyth Makers)
Nick Mellish (Seasons of War, Obverse Books)
Paul Driscoll (Seasons of WarThe Black Archive)
Simon Brett (Seasons of WarYou and Who)
Daniel Tessier (Iris WildthymeShelf Life)
Greg Maughan (Iris Wildthyme)
Roger McCoy (Time Shadows)
Simon Blake (Time Shadows)
Stuart Roth (Time Shadows)
Anthony Wilson (Time Unincorporated)
Michael Gilroy-Sinclair (WhostrologyYou and Who)
Jenny Shirt (You and Who)
David Gibbons
Grace Haddon
Kate Coleman
Mark McManus

Tentative release date… Fall 2017

June 20, 2017
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Our recipient charity: LimbForge

Our recipient charity, the Enable Community Foundation, is now known as LimbForge.

Composed of industry experts in prosthetics, 3D printing, health policy, design, software development and social change, the LimbForge™ team applies its expertise to addressing the global shortage of prosthetic care. Their mission is developing and deploying design technology for scalable rehabilitative care.

Please donate!