Interview with writer Rick Heinz about Seventh Age
Release Date: 07/28/2021
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ABOUT DYSTOPIA (SEVENTH AGE)
When magic has returned to the world, companies start selling it—to those who can afford it and survive it.
Magic has exploded back into the world—vampires, demons, ghosts, and other creatures of legend crawled out of the shadows, finally escaping their prisons—and the power previously only in the hands of secretive societies like Skull & Bones and the fascist Thule Society has been laid bare for the entire world to see.
After the initial shock, businesses did the expected: found a way to turn magic into profit. The occult “gold rush” at the forefront of magically imbued politics built a world of wealth inequality, greed, and innovation.
Bartender Jane Auburn was an early adopter of a new drug sponsored by Pelican Pharmaceuticals that allows her to move at the speed of vampires and match the strength of demons.
Soon, she discovers the price for such powers may be more than she can pay: her life. Thrust into the front lines of toxic magic and occult corporate warfare, she will need to uncover what other skeletons these new companies are hiding. Preferably before she clocks out from an overdose or has to bite her tongue and endure her mandated corporate exploitation!
At least she was not the only one in Austin, Texas to sign up for magic in a pill. After all, as it says in all their commercials, “Pelican Pharmaceuticals: they keep you going even when you’re dead!” And how bad can the side effects possibly be?