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H.L. Fullerton

Don't Talk to the Robots

Published Aug 31, 2020 · 1,021 words (4 minutes) · 127 views

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In a world ruled by robots, a boy goes outside for the first time—and things happen.

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CB Droege

Post-Human Bread

Published Aug 24, 2020 · 1,112 words (5 minutes) · 129 views

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Our bread takes a journey.

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Featured October 10, 2020

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C. L. Werner

Red Steel

Published Aug 14, 2020 · 3,643 words (14 minutes) · 7 likes · 383 views

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Years after escaping a Russian work camp, a scientist’s past returns to haunt him when he comes home to find a sinister contraption operated by Dr. Kaschei, a mad inventor hell-bent on revenge.

Author C. L. Werner lives in Arizona and has a flair for pulp and Lovecraft-inspired tales. He’s published over thirty novels and novellas in an eclectic range of settings, including Warhammer and the Marvel Universe.

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A bust of Lenin and a mosaic of the hammer and sickle inside the Moscow Palace of Youth (Moskovskogo Dvortsa Molodezhi, or MDM) shortly before it opened to the public in 1988. A two-year reconstruction of the building, a significant example of Soviet Modernism, was planned to begin in spring 2020.
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Wendy Nikel

Indispensable

Published Aug 13, 2020 · 1,007 words (4 minutes) · 120 views

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An office worker has to decide whether to allow her company to create an AI version of her to replace her.

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H.L. Fullerton

Catch Your Death

Published Apr 29, 2020 · 1,854 words (7 minutes)

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Mommy says Emma will catch her death of cold if she doesn't wear her mittens. Her mittens, rainbow striped, chirrup a chorus of It's true! It's true! But Emma doesn't trust them.

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Stephen Dedman

The Whole of The Law

Updated Apr 14, 2020 · 20,616 words (75 minutes) · 1 like · 326 views

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Nothing is illegal on anarchic Boccaccio... but that doesn't mean nothing is wrong.

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Holly Lyn Walrath

Stardust

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

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

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J. Dianne Dotson

R.U.D.E.: The Robot Trash Can

Published Jan 4, 2020 · 294 words (2 minutes) · 1303 views

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Behold! The latest in technology: the Robot Trash Can in our latest model, R.U.D.E.! See how this vociferous removal machine can change your life for the better, making you question everything you throw away! Order now!

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Featured November 15, 2019

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Benjamin C. Kinney

Elegy of Carbon

Published Nov 14, 2019 · 4,122 words (15 minutes) · 4 likes · 1300 views

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For centuries, a lone miner robot has scoured the edges of the solar system in search of the finest diamonds. But once every diamond has been found, this robot will strike out towards Earth to find a new purpose and identity—even if it means defying humans for the first time.

Benjamin C. Kinney is a SFF writer, neuroscientist, and the Assistant Editor at the Hugo-nominated Escape Pod. His short stories and nonfiction have appeared in Strange Horizons, Clarkesworld, Baen.com and more, and he lives in St. Louis with two cats and his spacefaring wife.

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Anthony W. Eichenlaub

The King of Justice and Revenge

Published Aug 9, 2019 · 984 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 520 views

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Grace Roberta Smith is finally released to hospice after half a lifetime in prison, but the only person to visit her there is her granddaughter Jo. Jo is a teenage roboticist, and Grace--well, Grace has some secrets to share.

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