Biologist Juana Salazar, PhD, believes seaweed the cure to world hunger, and gets the funding to build on-land tanks in Western Africa.
But when her research takes a terrifying turn, she faces heartbreakand a choice she never thought she'd have to make.
Tangent Online included "Acceptable Losses" in their 2019 Recommended Reading list, saying,
Fully developed characters make the tragedy at the heart of this story seem very real. The moral crisis facing the protagonist is an important one. [T]he author forces us to contemplate vital ethical issues concerning the welfare of the many and the sacrifice of the few.
"Acceptable Losses" originally appeared in Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Issue 7, Summer 2019.