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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Singularity

Author : Aelanna Cessara Within a fraction of a second of its birth, it had already consumed its environment in its entirety, every last nook and cranny and crack available to it, and already it hungered for more. With blinding speed, it expanded, met the barrier that…

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Sierra and Blackie

Author : S. Clough (Hrekka) “…you see, the Commonwealth is actually a net exporter, primarily of unprocessed ores and foodstuffs…” Michael Struss was the regional ambassador for the Nomad Republic. His job had been easy in the past, just a simple admin job on a…

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Little Brother

Author : Steve Smith, Staff Writer Marcus leaned, hands shoulder width apart on the pipe steel railing, looking down upon his brothers vacated domain. He’d been gone three weeks, and yet the tear inside was as raw now as it had been when the call had finally come from…

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Under New Management

Author : Benjamin Fischer For her display of courage of the highest order in the defense of Mother Diana, Mariel was given a promotion and command of the newest space station in all of Luna’s territories. There were still bullet holes and bloodstains on the…

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Virus

Author : Duncan Shields It wasn’t the blood or their still-staring eyes that did it. It was the smile I could feel fading on my cheeks. My throat hurt like I’d screamed myself hoarse and the muscles in my face hurt like I’d been laughing for hours. Everyone in…

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Knock Knock

Author : Lauren L. Wheeler I walk to the front door, rubbing sleep out of my eyes. “Hello?” I say, trying to look through the peephole, but it’s so dark, I can’t make out anything. And now everything’s silent. It’s 3:14 in the morning, so everything should be silent….

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Into Ye Bodies Ye Go

Author : Pyai (aka Megan Hoffman) Three years and two continents later, they reunited in an airport in Nairobi. As far as airports go, it was one of the worst they could have picked. The dust blew in and aluminum clusters of waste rolled into the traps the homeless…

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When The Sunlight Is No More

Author : V.L. Ilian The vault doors closed unceremoniously under the gaze of thousands. The sound of the heavy machinery could still be heard for a few moments but people turned away from the massive gates. On the platform stood several men whose faces everybody knew….

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One in a Trillion

Author : Josh Romond “One more time. CAN ANYONE HEAR ME?” “Ugh, would you please STOP already?” “H-hello?” “Did it ever occur to you that simply no one’s interested in what you have to say?” “You can hear me! You can hear my thoughts!” “For…

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The Panhandler

Author : Benjamin Fischer “Begging,” and the cop practically spat the word, “is not allowed in Silver City.” Nelson grinned and shook his plastic cup. It jingled, filled with a motley collection of transit tokens, poker chips, and low-end credit vouchers. The…

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Refugees

Author : Patrica Stewart The little boy was sitting in a chair that was clearly designed for an adult. His feet, which didn’t quite reach the floor, swayed back and forth like two tiny crisscrossing pendulums. His arms were wrapped tightly around some sort of red…

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Confessions of a Cannibal Sun

Author : Joshua Reynolds A little flare. Just a flash on the other side of the sun, our sun, and it was gone. That was when we knew it had escaped. We made it in a generator the size of a grown man’s thumb. Just a little thing, a little spark. But it was a hungry…

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A Mother's Love

Author : Jinque “How much further is it, sweetheart?” from the backseat of the car, Mitchell stroked his hand across baby Willow’s tiny head, slightly mussing her soft black hair. “At least two hours. The traffic ahead looks even worse than it has been. Curse you for…

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The Visitor

Author : Kenny R. Brown “Hello there; it’s so nice to see you!” The door slid open noiselessly on a set of hidden tracks. The old man gestured expansively, welcoming his guest. “I’ve been hoping that you would visit for quite a while now. I’ve hardly had any company…

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