TEN THOUSAND LINES by Kate Bitters
Set in the harsh backdrop of a dystopian future, an unlikely friendship flowers among the weeds of oppression. Ten Thousand Lines takes place during a time when human beings are sharply divided by class and discontentment brews under the placid surface of the city called Superbia. When a Hive 14 Worker snaps out of his drug-induced haze, the brew becomes a boil and a series of events sets into motion a witch hunt, a forbidden romance, and a revolution. But the Hive 14 Worker doesn’t care about politics and social justice. He only wants to sit quietly and watch the dusty sunset.
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Kate Bitters is a Minneapolis-based writer with a passion for magical realism.
She is the author of Elmer Left, a literary fiction novel about a man in his twilight years who runs away from home, and Ten Thousand Lines, a dystopian novel about a man who gains consciousness in the middle of an underground revolution. Her current project is Find Frank, a neo-noir novel that involves a down-on-her-luck investigative reporter, a White Wizard addict, and a children’s book with a mystery tucked within its pages.
When she’s not writing for herself, she is writing for her content creation company, Click Clack Writing, or ghost writing for clients. Kate enjoys hiking, traveling in Central America, and candied ginger. She spends a lot of time walking with her dog, Dobby, and biking with her fiance Eric.