Featured September 28, 2017
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Welcome to a future happening in a conference room near you in this week's change of pace, “Re: Little Miss Apocalypse Playset,” brought to you by the wit of Effie Seiberg. Her work can be found in the “Women Destroy Science Fiction!” issue of Lightspeed, and many others. Read it on Curious Fictions—just as long as you've had your vaccinations first.
Featured September 21, 2017
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Our story this week features the mesmerizing words of L Chan, who hails from Singapore. “The Symphony of Park Myong Lee” raises the question: just how far can human potential reach when you’re one of dozens cloned and trained to emulate a star? L Chan said one idea that sparked the story was a funeral where everyone had the same face.
Featured September 14, 2017
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We’re excited to debut our first featured story by Sara Saab, a talented London-based writer, originally from Lebanon. Her work is striking for its emotional resonance across many contexts, no less in “The Botix,” featuring Arnie, an automated housekeeping unit infected with a “small mindware virus,” Escape.xprg. As Sara puts it, “he’d made a mistake, but he didn’t deserve the results.”