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Mike McClelland

Mike McClelland lives in Georgia with his husband, their two sons, and a menagerie of rescue dogs. He is the author of the short fiction collection Gay Zoo Day (Beautiful Dreamer Press, 2017) and his work has appeared in publications such as the Boston ReviewEntropyPermafrost, and others. He's a graduate of Allegheny College, The London School of Economics, and the MFA program at Georgia College, and is currently a student in the University of Georgia's Creative Writing PhD program. Keep up with him at

Mike McClelland What Used to Be Caracas Fiction

Years after an extinction event nearly wiped out humanity, a team of scientists search Venezuela for signs of life and evidence of what caused the tragedy. Short Story

Mike McClelland