The Story behind ‘The Conveyance’ by Brian W. Matthews

The Dark Phantom Review

Front_Cover_Image_The_ConveyanceHow far would you go for love?

The question has always fascinated me, and during my years as a child therapist, I witnessed to what lengths some people will go to own love or hide love or, in the extreme cases, destroy love.

In other words, love contains a measure of moral responsibility, a duty to protect others from the potential harm of it.

The Conveyance addresses the issue of moral responsibility on several levels, and that’s the story—the real story. Not monsters or mayhem or suicide, but relationships.


As I mentioned, I’d dealt with the moral responsibility of love as a therapist. While fascinating, as a speculative fiction novelist, I burned to take the issue of moral responsibility to the limit.

That’s the point where the “what if” questions usually start. My books have always begun with “what if?”

What if a bunch of bigots were confronted with…

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