Sosiosphage

Author : Sam Clough aka “Hrekka”, Featured Writer We pieced together what happened later, taking what we knew about the way we’d been infected, and from what we saw happening to the rest of the world. We don’t know if we should count ourselves lucky that we were the…

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Endgame

Author : Jeff Deignan Stop me if you’ve heard this one- No, that’s not it. Let’s just say I’ve been busy. Ok, talking hand, got that part. Burly men giving chase, got that too. Not liking that; would enjoy it more if they were women and less burly. Save the…

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Beginning

Author : N. Landau The morning paper on the table declared that the crime rate had tripled since the news that the city had run out of vaccine, and the virus was spreading rapidly. The headline lay between two stale cups of coffee over which the two scientists had…

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Bureau of Life

Author : Michael Shreeves The judge stared down severely from her podium. “Mr. DiPolo, you are hereby sentenced to two months of court-mandated therapy and a one year probationary period, during which your prescriptions will be monitored and adjusted. You are also…

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.CO.

Author : Steve Smith, Staff Writer The building’s glass stretched skyward from the sidewalk, turning back looks, and draining the features from their reflections. Stone stepped into the turnstile, and with a quick twist, the glass cylinder dutifully deposited him…

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Search and Recovery

Author : J. S. Kachelries Captain Semaj sat at the head of the conference table. Also at the table were the remainder of the Bridge Crew and several senior department heads. At the far end of the table sat Lo Yaluo, the director of Search, Rescue, and Recovery who had…

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Alternate 8927HG

Author : Joshua Reynolds Rifles barked and Censor Wight grunted with the impact of each slug. High-velocity bullets. Unpleasant. A lucky shot had disrupted the light-bending circuitry. He continued to run, hugging his burden to his chest and weaving between the…

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Red String

Author : RFK There is a 65% chance I’m thinking with you now, though your scientists believe it to be smaller if you’ve heard of me at all. Although I found you mammals late in the Cretaceous period, I was legion when the Cenozoic era began. I started with small…

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Expeditious

Author : Daniel Nugent The stars shone coldly through the solar plane of the binary system XJ-22V. At a point 100,000 kilometers away from the lone planet in the system, space began to warp itself in such a way that if you looked at it, you would vomit. Which is what…

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The Metaphorical Car For The New Generation

Author : Idan Cohen The car was like lightning beneath the curve of his body, electricity and steam pumping in unholy unison to create a movement that was never meant for mortal men. Cities flashed by the windows, kaleidoscopic – Petrograd, Birmingham, Chicago, Tel…

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Dealing with the devil

Author : V.L. Ilian “Have you come to a decision?” The voice of the negotiator is breaking my concentration. Just like I’ve been told… it’s a fair deal but I can’t help feeling like I’m selling my soul. “Some feel that they’re selling themselves but…

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Strings

Author : Kate Thornborough David was able to make the transition as soon as he finished University. I’ve been in Secondary for a little more than seven years. I should have undergone the transition years ago. If only my brain was faster. Everyone else in my compound…

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History Redux

Author : Allen McGill LEADER was about to impart; hoards of followers pressed toward the sanctified podium in the domed plaza, along the warren of tunnels leading from it, and on every crag and terrace where the stentorian resonance could be felt. The silence of…

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SC Bounty

Author : L. Hall Martin’s hand waved lazily at the string of scented smoke that hung in the air. The tent smelled of sand and hot breezes, mixed with heady aromas of spices and metal. The mines on Cypress 304 provided the Wan Military with their massive ships, but…

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Space Colony Delta

Author : Patricia Stewart Space Colony Delta was the largest manned spacecraft in history. It was a three-mile in diameter donut that rotated in the most stable location in the Earth-Moon system, the Lagrange L4 position. The population of 12,176 souls lived and…

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Serene

Author : V.L. Ilian With only a beep the small wrist recorder came to life extending its minute sensors. “Casefile 2501 /12– Primary analysis of crimescene. Hello Neko… what do we have today?” A rather tall man in a containment suit approached. “Well…

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Big Surprises

Author : Rollin Jeglum “Sam, would you check the sensor detection module? Some of the readings are scrambled.” “Sure, no problem. Any specifics?” “Try the logic board in slot A3. I’ve switched to backup already.” – – – – – – – – Mining engineer Dean…

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A Peace of your Mind

Author : Martin Spernau I was in deep trauma when I first met her. They had suspended me from active duty after cutting me from the remains of my fighter six days after the battle in deep void. Recreation! But the war wasn’t over! It was my duty to fight, to protect…

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