Survivor of the Revolution

Author: David C. Nutt We lost the robot revolution. Most of us missed it entirely and got the memo three or four days later when the internet came back on-line. Hey, we’re not as clueless as it sounds. The stories about solar storms and sunspot activities that were…

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Memories Inherent in the Afternoon

Author: Will H. Blackwell, Jr. Three PM: As per daily routine, a 15-lb. allotment of raw horse-meat is cast, piecemeal, into the uncertain hollows of this Ohio cage. The insouciance of the Lioness—born years ago in such captivity—is palpable. As the small zoo’s main…

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Reef

Author: Luke Shors “The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef formed over millions of years”. Raj heard the divemaster say through his earbuds. It had been a decade since his last dive but a refresher in the pool had revived some rudimentary skill. Not…

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A Way Out

Author: Angus Miles Bang. Bang. Qean jams the knife into the man’s heart. He gurgles and crumples to the rust stained floor. Blood runs up the walls and across the ceiling like paint thrown from its bucket. The dead man’s half-flayed. Through the ship, the echoes hit…

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Be and Bo Versus the Nazis

Author: Hari Navarro, Staff Writer Be and Bo waste in their room. Their skin is mottled and even the air has taken on the musky taint of peeling rot. Actually, it’s not so much a room as it is a cell, yet it’s the only home they’ve ever known. Their mother is a large…

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Flicker

Author: Jae Miles, Staff Writer There’s a lot to be said for the feeling of security granted by street lighting. Not overlooking the fact that its arrival heralded mankind moving from a lifestyle largely governed by the availability of daylight or men with…

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Good Intentions

Author: David C. Nutt From my corner table at the café, I saw the tourist read the plaque. The same plaque adorns every public space on our planets, but this is the first. I know the words by heart. I was made to memorize it as a child. It is not the most elegant tome…

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Castle In The Air

Author: Jeremy Nathan Marks I was the only person who ever saw the castle in the air. It appeared one morning, a visitor from nowhere suspended high up in the cobalt blue of a December morning. Hovering thousands of feet over emptiness, that castle could have been a…

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Twin Minds

Author: Moebius Twins focused better together. Navigating the universe in a faster than light vessel required a higher level of brain power than a single person could manage individually. In the late 23rd century, Dr. Sabine Korgev created a revolutionary device that…

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The Ancient Cities Of Tomorrow

Author: JT Velikovsky They say, (well, Science says) the human brain is wired to love natural rural scenes. So, call me an old-fashioned Utopian, but… these days, I always have my brain-computer interface re-design, re-sculpt, and re-paint, my realtime-vision of the…

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Fork

Author: Hari Navarro, Staff Writer “You are going to sleep with me”, said my wife as she stepped out of the future and spoke to a man who wasn’t me. “You’re so strange”, smiles the man as he touches her fingers and pushes the hair from her eyes. “First you will cup my…

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Look Like Them

Author: Jae Miles, Staff Writer The sirens start to wail. “Run!” John turns as he shouts, swinging a rucksack of stolen provisions onto his back. By the time we see torch beams flicking about in the hands of guards heading this way – the section where their spotlights…

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Going Back’s A Mistake

Author: David Barber The flag of the Kingdom of Florida features a white ibis, and supporters of beleaguered King Rollo consider it patriotic to pin ibis feathers to their caps. After the recent troubles with Atlanta, it even looked disloyal not to. Sept collected…

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Far Too Short

Author: David Henson I wait outside the garage for one of the missionaries from Uklid. I have to admit life is better for most people since they arrived. The Uklidins began with small enhancements like portable force field emitters they pass out like candy. Concerned…

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The New You

Author: Shon-Lueiss Harris “Most patients don’t notice a thing until they head to the bathroom,” explained the doctor as he smoothed the sensors along his patient’s forehead. “How’s everything feel?” Gene turned his head and began making expressions. “Everything’s…

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Brickhead

Author: R. J. Erbacher Space, the final… Space wasn’t the final anything. It was a lot of nothingness that went on forever with a bunch of frozen spinning rocks and a few abnormally hot globs of gas. Just fucking empty. Through his helmet’s face-plate Marco swiveled…

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NeVee and Dave

Author: Anna Ziegelhof “Navigate home.” “Sure thing, Dave.” “Open Spotify.” “Any particular playlist you’d like to listen to, Dave? You seem a bit short-tempered tonight.” “Playlist After-work.” “Playing ‘After-work’. Are you sure you’re not in the mood for something…

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Pieces of Grace

Author: Hari Navarro, Staff Writer One day the body of a beautiful naked woman appeared. She was dead or, at least, it can be said she had not the animation of life. And her body contorted as it floated and wove through the air as if it were caught of the very tip of…

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