Percival Q. Singh and Mu-Rau
“The Lords of the World” is a detective story in the style of Arthur Conan Doyle, set in a world of H.G. Wells’ Martian Invasion. It is available here from Alternate History Fiction magazine.
When a damsel in distress turns out to be more dangerous, and in more distress, than she first appeared, Percival Q. Sing, moon-born professor of law and ethics, and his esteemed colleague Mu-Rau the Martian imam must dive into the nest of terror and oppression that is the England a century after the Martian Invasion.
Read the first few lines here
“Death to Martians,” a story in the same universe.
Conversations with various cool people about Making Characters, Worldbuilding, and Plot for “Lords of the World.”
A map of Mars, also Martian continents, races, religions, and economic blocs
Some background on the writing process and worldbuilding
Alternatives to Sex? Martian reproduction
The idea-seed that started it all