Having left his native shore, Arthur Wyatt lives the life of an isolated recluse, haunting the forests of the American Pacific Northwest, where he lives in a shack with his wife Heather and daughter India. He has written several Future Shocks and Terror Tales for 2000 AD and was the founding editor of the British small press magazine Futurequake. By day he writes code for computers, inscribing it onto the backs of turtles which he sends down-river to his employer; who responds by sending a riderless mule laden with goods up the trail once a month. The mule is never seen again.
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