Imagine if Aliens Really Landed on the Night of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds Broadcast

Only, not how Welles described them on October 30, 1938 to thousands of petrified radio listeners. These peaceful aliens—blessed with a majestic sense of timing—touch down in a much quieter place, and are seen by just a handful of witnesses, chiefly a small boy whose curiosity overtakes any fear he might feel. That’s what happens in Patrick Biesemans’ dreamy scifi short Embers and Dust.

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