Blue Tent, by Carla R. Herrera


In the not too distant future, The United States has become the Corporate States of America. Half the population is homeless and live in tent cities or camps.
In a new city, Tele hopes to put some of a painful past to rest. She’s changed her name and her occupation and with some luck she’ll disappear from the radar of corporate agents.
A type of amnesia has swept the country. Children travel in savage packs preying upon the more vulnerable population.
Few will speak against a corrupt ruling body, but then someone dies from scavenged food, an idea is born and Tele ends up on the fringe of a beginning movement and in fear of being discovered again.