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Barbara Krasnoff

About "The Didibug Pin"

Published Apr 5, 2020 · 249 words (1 minute)

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How I came to write the short story "The Didibug Pin"

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Barbara Krasnoff

The Didibug Pin

Published Apr 5, 2020 · 5,720 words (21 minutes) · 21 views

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Lize spends her days harvesting cliffcrawlers for the Company, but she suspects there's a secret behind the insects that the workers aren't being told.

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Tabatha Wood

Red-Eye

Published Apr 5, 2020 · 1,527 words (6 minutes) · 4 views

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“Red-Eye” is about journeys, both literal and emotional. The main character is whatever you want them to be, perhaps affected by your beliefs or philosophies. Who they are and what they do is essential to the journeys we take in our lives and the paths we choose to discover. Yet wherever we go and whatever choices we make, our final destination is inevitable.

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One of the best reasons why I love to travel is watching sunsets and sunrises from a plane’s window. Cruising with a speed of 852km/h from NRT to CEB at 10,360m entering Philippines with this perfect red and orange hues.
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Premee Mohamed

Plague Panel Thoughts

Published Apr 5, 2020 · 3,452 words (13 minutes) · 2 likes · 80 views

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Pandemic thoughts about disasters and literature (and disaster literature) based on WiFiSciFi panels

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Shane Halbach

O What Freedom, This Great Steel Cage

Published Apr 4, 2020 · 1,015 words (4 minutes) · 65 views

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This is a story about how technology plays a role in disability, anxiety, and addiction. I have been thinking about it a lot lately; if you had to sum this story up in one phrase it would be, "Social Distancing"!

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Elizabeth Hopkinson

The Thirteenth King

Published Apr 4, 2020 · 2,410 words (9 minutes)

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There is a kind of truth in everything. Even a fairy tale about a boy with twelve books in his back pocket who somehow ends up becoming king of the most beige-brown city imaginable.

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Elizabeth Hopkinson

Mr Spink Learns to Fly

Published Apr 4, 2020 · 2,625 words (10 minutes) · 2 views

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The owner of an antique bookshop discovers love and adventure when it turns out the carpet in his shop is the magic, flying kind, infused with the personality of a 16th century Persian nobleman.

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Joseph Campbell’s book, Myths to Live By (1972), original edition from Viking Press. The reading process was splendid; among the smokey woods and carpets of my home back in Brighton, England. I personally take delight in the ambience of this photo, its mystery and aliveness at the same time.
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Elinor Caiman Sands

Fish on Friday

Published Apr 3, 2020 · 556 words (3 minutes) · 45 views

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An ordinary British couple go on holiday to Florida--and become alligators. What can possibly go wrong?

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Holly Lyn Walrath

Stardust

Published Apr 2, 2020 · 2,047 words (8 minutes) · 1 like

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A sex worker finds sentience in a futuristic world steeped in jazz nostalgia.

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Charlotte Platt

What Monsters Do For Love - anthology announcement

Published Apr 2, 2020 · 65 words (1 minute) · 7 views

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Anthology announcements!

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