An Absurd Apocalypse Author Feature: Benjamin Oneal

Circle City Publishing

Something we’ve been excited to see with this second anthology is the mixture of familiar faces, along with fresh new voices. Last week, we introduced a new author, Bryanna Wearley.

This week, we get to share a little about a returning contributor and his story for An Absurd Apocalypse. Benjamin Oneal’s submission, “A Case for Mankind” is a truly unique spin on an apocalyptic tale, and we can’t wait to share it along with all the other great stories in the upcoming anthology!

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