Short stories by Jeremiah Tolbert

Jeremiah Tolbert is a web designer and a writer living in Lawrence, Kansas with his wife and son. He writes science fiction and fantasy. His work often places an emphasis on working class characters and how genre elements impact their lives. It’s predominantly optimistic about science, and is often set in the Midwest, generally, and his home state of Kansas, specifically.

Listing 3 stories.

All across the contemporary world, space whales are falling from the sky. They seem to be trying to deliver a message to the Earth — but as an American grassroots movement attempts to communicate with these creatures, it will face challenges from the government as well as the possible dangers of interacting with these interstellar beings.

All over a large city, people are disappearing down rabbit holes into fantasy worlds which are tailor-made just for them. As a young woman watches the streets of her city empty, she begins to worry that her own custom-made rabbit hole may never appear—and she could be stuck in the human world forever.

Tragedy strikes a small Kansas town when children begin disappearing. A young boy and his friend decide it is up to them to uncover the truth.