Ahanu Zoo Archives
Ahanu Zoo Archives tells the story of an apocalypse through a zoo’s online blog.
Emma Brousseau grew up in a small town named after a nut. It was surrounded by sentient cornfields, which is to say, regular cornfields. She’s currently attending Texas Tech University for her master’s in English/ Creative Writing where she also works as an Associate Editor for Iron Horse Literary Review. She previously attended a graduate program in experimental psychology which informs the scientific and speculative aspects of her work. You can find her on Twitter @Emma_Brousseau or at emmabrousseau.com.
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