Lochlan Bloom lives in London and does not have a cat or a dog. He is a writer of fiction and non-fiction and has completed recent projects for BBC Radio Scotland, H+ Magazine , Ironbox Films and Calliope, the official publication of the Writers’ Special Interest Group (SIG) of American Mensa, amongst others.
The BBC Writersroom describe his writing as ‘unsettling and compelling… vivid, taut and grimly effective work’. He currently has a feature length script in production with Porcelain Film. His novella, Trade, is out now.
For more details visit www.lochlanbloom.com.
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An impenetrable cloud of dust has settled on the planet, cutting of communications and strangling life. Inexplicable and terrifying this visitation throws up constant sandstorms and as humans have slowly become isolated and hardened against one another - the main aim for most people has become survival.