Entropy in the Clockwork City (2006): Part Three

Clockwork Love by Tjep

“The clockwork construct was motionless; a spider could be seen abseiling down from its hooked beak. Dust coated its surfaces: thick, furred dust that adhered to every curve.”

Entropy in the Clockwork City (2006): Part Two

Clockwork Love by Tjep

“He followed Palak for several hours, along streets and lanes, across markets and plazas, past street performers and brawls, past taverns and theatres, past destitution and opulence. Neither of them spared a glance for any of it.”

Entropy in the Clockwork City (2006): Part One

Clockwork Love by Tjep

“The Clockwork City was the true metropolis, a hegemonic mass of architecture and culture that encompassed all things and made them its own.”