In the aftermath of an anarchic uprising, a group of revolutionaries flee London for the north, coming to terms with the violent loss of their companions, battling with illness and a new way of life. In the forests of the Scottish borders, they meet Mikhail, a Ukrainian immigrant in touch with powers they can scarcely believe. But is he all he seems? Because the snows are coming, the seasons turn, and the laws of the cities mean little to the woods. Dan Graces debut novella shows a violent future of the failed Union meeting the mythic and pagan past. As man reaps the harvest of war, utopian hopes vie with apocalyptic fears. Winter sets in. Winter is the debut release from Unsung Signals, the digital-only line from Unsung Stories, providing a platform for mid-length fiction - stories too long for magazines or journals but too short for traditional book-length publication.