CHANNILLO
An Opera In Space
By Deborah Dixon

Series Description:

The year is 2157, and the crew of ASC Fermata has, like so many others following the destruction of Earth, taken to the stars in search of work. Follow this ragtag crew of singers and musicians (and a kitsune) on their quest to stage their original opera, The Y2K Chronicles, while repeatedly finding themselves in baffling, humorous situations among colorful worlds.

This series updates on Fridays. Be sure to drop by the Discussion page and share your thoughts and ideas!

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Deborah Dixon:

With nine published works under her belt and over twenty years of writing experience, Deborah Dixon is quite accomplished. She is a Jamaican-American proud to be living in New Orleans. One of the founders of Shalamar, an author-forward book publishing company, her mission is to bring underrepresented voices to the fore. She is also the writer of the Channillo series New Orleans Supernatural Weekly. Her close companions include a black flugelhorn named Kaiser and two duplicitous house plants, a sansevieria and a spider plant named Thing 1 and Thing 2.







Series Description:

The year is 2157, and the crew of ASC Fermata has, like so many others following the destruction of Earth, taken to the stars in search of work. Follow this ragtag crew of singers and musicians (and a kitsune) on their quest to stage their original opera, The Y2K Chronicles, while repeatedly finding themselves in baffling, humorous situations among colorful worlds.

This series updates on Fridays. Be sure to drop by the Discussion page and share your thoughts and ideas!

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Deborah Dixon:

With nine published works under her belt and over twenty years of writing experience, Deborah Dixon is quite accomplished. She is a Jamaican-American proud to be living in New Orleans. One of the founders of Shalamar, an author-forward book publishing company, her mission is to bring underrepresented voices to the fore. She is also the writer of the Channillo series New Orleans Supernatural Weekly. Her close companions include a black flugelhorn named Kaiser and two duplicitous house plants, a sansevieria and a spider plant named Thing 1 and Thing 2.