A question for C.H. Rosenberg

Q: What is the scariest or most disturbing story you’ve ever read?

A: The most disturbing stories I read are ostensibly nonfiction, especially the narratives written to justify the unconscionable. Examples include the Requirimiento, asserting Spain’s authority over (read: invasion of) the Americas and often read—in Latin—to Indigenous peoples without any interpreter or even delivered to an empty beach, or Chief Judge Marshall’s justification in Johnson v. M’Intosh that “Conquest gives a title which the Courts of the conqueror cannot deny”.


C.H. Rosenberg’s story “Indicative of Future Results
in Metaphorosis Friday, 6 May 2022.
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May 2022

May 2022

Beautifully written speculative fiction from Metaphorosis magazine.

All the stories from the month, plus author biographies, interviews, and story origins.

Table of Contents

  • Indicative of Future Results — C.H. Rosenberg
  • Medusa Rising — Christine Lucas
  • From a Mother to Her Daughter, on the Eve of Her Wedding — Elliott Gish
  • Midnight’s Second Station — Chloe Smith

Cover art by Carol Wellart.

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About C.H. Rosenberg

Writing as an armchair economist, in real life C.H. Rosenberg is a grizzled policy wonk who spent an early career fighting in the trenches of local politics in Southern California. Rosenberg currently works at one of Washington, D.C.’s many alphabet-soup think tanks, brainstorming all sorts of amazing ways to save the planet.


C.H. Rosenberg’s story “Indicative of Future Results
in Metaphorosis Friday, 6 May 2022.
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