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Trent Jamieson

Leprechaun - A True Tale of Parenting and Garage Doors

Published Mar 21, 2020 · 797 words (3 minutes) · 79 views

Fantasy Humor

Sometimes the pot of gold is in your heart.

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Wendy Nikel

Always Let Your Dragon Fly First Class

Published Mar 19, 2020 · 1,706 words (7 minutes) · 34 views

Fantasy Humor contemporary dragon Travel fun contemporary fantasy

It isn’t easy taking a dragon on vacation…

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The Space Roads

Updated Mar 18, 2020 · 12,444 words (46 minutes) · 1 like · 2528 views

Horror Humor Science Fiction salvage lgbtq+ space battle space opera rebellion Military SF aliens archaeology future history lesbian empire exploration revolution diplomacy starship nonbinary

Ever want to explore interstellar space? In these loosely interconnected stories, you're the main character. Explore the vast unknown!

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Trent Jamieson

The Agent - A True Story

Published Mar 18, 2020 · 880 words (4 minutes) · 92 views

Fantasy Humor Satire True Stories Agents Facilities

It's all about finding the right agent, and the perfect number of toilets.

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Elinor Caiman Sands

All Heaven in a Rage

Published Mar 13, 2020 · 1,344 words (5 minutes) · 112 views

Fantasy Humor cats birds witches ravens

What can possibly go wrong when two centuries-old witches, one who loves cats and one who loves birds, become neighbours in modern suburbia? First published in the T. Gene Davis Speculative Blog.

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Ben Serna-Grey

Smoke & Hamsters

Published Mar 7, 2020 · 4,946 words (18 minutes) · 97 views

Humor Science Fiction gross out dystopian consumption dystopia late-stage capitalism cyberpunks

One of, if not the weirdest story I've ever written. The idea came to fruition when I was driving around with my friend Matt. What had originally been written as a comic script back when I was still under the impression that that was a thing I'd be doing, it got trunked for years,then reworked as a short story. It found a home in the final issue of the forever beloved Broadswords and Blasters. Minor content warning for bodily excretions.

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P.G. Galalis

Dear Parents, Your Child Is Not the Chosen One

Published Mar 7, 2020 · 2,250 words (9 minutes) · 43 views

Fantasy Humor Satire chosen one dark lord epistolary magic School Teacher

The selected letters of a put upon magic school teacher to the parents of one Rodney Goodblood, unacceptably average student. (Originally published in Diabolical Plots, 2019)

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J.R.H. Lawless

Losing Face

Published Mar 4, 2020 · 2,999 words (11 minutes) · 1 like · 96 views

Humor Satire Science Fiction sci-fi Shared World Shared Universe Humour

This funny little SF short story, set in the same Universe and at the same time as my debut novel, ALWAYS GREENER, asks the question: We all know revolutions can start with a bang. But can they also start with a moustache?

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Charlotte Platt

Claws in the Sand

Published Feb 26, 2020 · 3,367 words (13 minutes) · 69 views

Fantasy Horror Humor much swearing army angry Strange threat Murder weird swearing

A soldier finds that being shot in the head is the least of his problems today. A short story featuring war, bloodshed, swearing at new friends! Also cats.

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Curtis C. Chen

Cats Don’t Care About Universal Basic Income

Published Feb 25, 2020 · 4,124 words (15 minutes) · 1 like · 178 views

Fantasy Humor Science Fiction near future cat Basic Income

Bailey the cat provides commentary as his human starts getting her first universal basic income payments. She doesn't quit her job or waste her money on frivolous spending. But she does have to adjust to this change in her life.

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