Three supermassive black holes at the end of the universe contemplate the cacophony before and the quiet ahead; mourning, eulogizing, and perhaps creating something altogether new. Now available in the C is for Chimera anthology.
"T is for Three (at the End of All Things)." C is for Chimera. Edmonton: Poise and Pen, 2016. 197-200. Print.
...an elegant elegy, blending scientific theories of the beginning and ending of universes with the more immediate concerns of living things.
“T” by C.S. MacCath is a symphony of words, a glorious creation story that draws on physics and light and life.
Stephanie A. Cain