After the death of her father, Amber seeks refuge in his small town, reopening his junk shop and looking for the happy ending she’s seen in so many movies – the one where a young woman relocates and dates two men. The one where you know exactly what you’ll do for the rest of your life by the time you hit 30. The one that shouldn’t be examined too closely by anyone who’s slumped into it.
But small towns in stories are never what they seem. It’s more than petty old women and repression keeping this town from moving forward. It’s the choices made long ago that echo out from the deep ocean. It’s the sea monster who should never have come ashore.
Blue Fox presents Shed – Small Towns and Large Sea-Monsters by Simon Birks, Richard Fairgray and Lucy Campagnolo on kickstarter here