It came from A.C. Worth

A.C. Worth’s story “The Tapestry” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 22 June 2018. “The Tapestry” has its origins in the idea that someday we might live in a world containing organizations who maintain/control its timeline. The creation of St. Clare’s (patron saint of television) and St. Benedict’s (patron saint of history) monasteries, the Actuator’s guild and other medieval elements were inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry, which contains images from the Norman conquest of England …

The Tapestry – A.C. Worth

Terce—Three Hours after Dawn Sister Alice was glad of the rain. A steady patter of raindrops displayed a landscape to her sensitive ears and helped her find a path. Without hesitation, her feet followed a line of paving stones across mossy grass inside the courtyard. It was so early that the sun had not cleared the high monastery walls. The air smelled of damp stone and new wool and brown bread. Around her, she sensed …

About A.C. Worth

A.C. Worth lives on the outskirts of New York City. When not searching under the sofa cushions for the perfect word, A.C. enjoys pressure-cooked cuisine and making landscapes within VR worlds.


A.C. Worth’s story “The Tapestry” was
published on Friday, 22 June 2018.

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