In between writing the epic Astronomicon novels, I like to try out smaller ideas in the form of short stories. I usually set those within the Astronomicon universe too as it instantly gives me a coherent world in which to place the story. For short fiction, I love to explore those technological pitfalls and the unintended side-effects they throw up. Once you begin extrapolating technology into the future, science fiction is full of potential dangers, traps and ethical problems that are rich pickings for any speculative fiction author.
Astronomicon: Boundary tackles the issue of what could happen when people attempt to cheat death at the end of their lives and the technological consequences that causes a long time in the future.