author: Luke Herzog
Isolation isn’t always alone. Time doesn’t heal all wounds. Death may not be final. In the fantastic and futuristic stories collected in Continuum, award-winning author Luke Herzog explores concepts like separation, conscience, choice, and regret.
A view of the apocalypse from 230 miles high. A galactic prison escape that becomes the most solitary of confinements. A time traveler’s toast. A clockmaker’s heartless handiwork. A cemetery symphony. A suicidal soul.
Channeling both Arthur C. Clarke and Edgar Allen Poe, exploring both the vastness of the universe and the intimacy of time, Herzog examines the often amorphous line between hope and horror, fate and freedom, morality and mortality.
National YoungArts Foundation and Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Winner for Fishbowl (the first story in Continuum).
CONTINUUM: Collected Stories of Space and Time contains one novella and six short stories including:
About the author:
CONTINUUM: COLLECTED STORIES OF SPACE AND TIME is the third book by Luke Herzog and his first collection of short stories and novellas. Luke published his first novel, Dragon Valley, while he was in elementary school and completed his second novel, Griffin Blade and the Bronze Finger, as a middle schooler. He wrote the tales compiled in CONTINUUM during his first three years in high school.
In 2018, Luke was selected as a writing finalist by the National YoungArts Foundation, one of 20 students nationwide who received the honor. He was also awarded a Scholastic Art & Writing gold medal, as well as a National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Achievement Award in Writing. Luke lives in California with his family and his dog, Pippin, named after J.R.R. Tolkien’s mischievous hobbit. For more information, visit LukeHerzog.com.