Across the Void, Colchis re-imagines the Jason and the Argonauts myth in a future where geopolitical governments have been replaced by mega-corporations and years of consumer waste have poisoned the planet. Now, the majority of the populace lives upon a massive satellite ring around the Earth while the richest executives separate themselves from the masses in sprawling colonies on Mars. Few people have the ability to improve their lot in life and so when the four largest corporations anunce a joint interstellar venture to colonize an alien planet, those who have the opportunity to participate in the project eagerly sign on. For Guinness McElwee and others, this journey offers the chance for adventure and a change in circumstance, but will they find freedom and advancement traveling the galaxy or will society's woes follow them across space and time? Like Jean-Paul Corriveau's previous work, The Vigil, Across the Void, Colchis! takes a searing look at our society all while paying homage to the genre it is written in using Mr. Corriveau's signature meta-literary analytical style.