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Edward Ashton

Backup

Published May 30, 2019 · 3,574 words (13 minutes) · 67 views

Science Fiction Immortality

Imagine that when you go to sleep at night, you don’t just go to sleep. You die. You die, and when you wake up it’s someone completely different looking out from behind your eyes. Question: would that make any practical difference in your life? Is there any way you’d even be able to tell?

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Mark R Conte

The Wall

Published May 29, 2019 · 3,201 words (12 minutes) · 67 views

Historical Romance

An American soldier stationed West Berlin when the wall divides Berlin and all Germans meets a woman from East Berlin who wants to become very American.

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Matt Hughes

Wipe Out

Published May 29, 2019 · 3,281 words (12 minutes) · 87 views

Mystery

Wipe Out was the third in my series from long ago about an ambitious Vancouver burglar named Mikey that ran in the lamented and brilliant online magazine, Blue Murder, back around the turn of the century. Today’s readers will note that advances in IT render the plot unworkable. But in those days, it was a thing.

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Matt Hughes

Wipe Out

Published May 29, 2019 · 3,281 words (12 minutes) · 55 views

Mystery

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Lucy Gabriel

Off the Menu

Published May 29, 2019 · 156 words (1 minute) · 71 views

Humor Literary Fiction Satire poetry politics Political brexit

This is an angry poem I wrote in response to Brexit.

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Lucy Gabriel

Dare the Waves

Published May 29, 2019 · 99 words (1 minute) · 58 views

Literary Fiction poetry The Sea

"Dare the Waves" was written in a workshop about the sculpture Sea Music, and published in the community anthology.

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Hayley Stone

A Clear Line Marks the Soul

Published May 29, 2019 · 3,416 words (13 minutes) · 181 views

Science Fiction relationship issues female protagonist philosophical

A woman becomes suspicious of her new boyfriend after learning he recently sold his soul to science.

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Seth Frost

Deep Waters Call Out to What is Deeper Still

Published May 29, 2019 · 4,188 words (16 minutes) · 3 views

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A telepath employed by an aquarium races to save an animal's life.

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The Vortex our dive boat was an ex-cray fishing (lobster) boat here in Western Australia.  The boat was anchored at Cigar banks reef on the northern side of Rottnest Island in April 2008.  I rested my camera on the anchor chain to take a shot in about 12 metres of water and this is the result.. 
Nikonos V underwater 35mm focal plane shutter film camera
Fujichrome Sensia ASA 100 film
Sea & sea 15mm wide lens
F2.8 aperture & ambient light
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Rebecca Gomez Farrell

Thlush-A-Lum

Published May 29, 2019 · 1,030 words (4 minutes) · 175 views

Horror losing a child childhood Bugs insects coming of age metamorphosis cartilage

Markella’s earliest memories are of the sounds outside her window. At hours when no men moved, rustling branches and shuffling grass woke her. A beating pulse like slower, fleshier helicopter blades banished sleep: thlush-a-lum thlush-a-lum.

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2010 was a boon year for these butterflies in my garden. I had a dozen chrysalis in all manner of morphs at any one time. In this image you can see the new green chrysalis coloration, one that’s about ready to emerge (the clear one), and a butterfly that’s already come out. They will hang for hours and dry their wings and are, in fact, quite fragile.
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J. Dianne Dotson

The Uncanny Moment of Now

Published May 29, 2019 · 193 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 49 views

In gratitude A few words An uncanny moment

The Uncanny Moment of Now, in which I reflect on the strange and lambent beauty of this snapshot of my life.

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