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Maria Haskins

In the Rose Garden

Published Jul 1, 2021 · 474 words (2 minutes)

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This is a scifi flash fiction story that had found a home for publication a while ago, or so I thought, but publication never happened. So now it's for you. ❤ Thanks so much for being here and for supporting me.

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David Perlmutter

New Story On Medium

Published May 31, 2021 · 15 words (1 minute) · 38 views

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David Perlmutter

New Story On Vocal

Published Apr 24, 2021 · 13 words (1 minute) · 74 views

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CB Droege

The Lone and Level Sands

Published Mar 3, 2021 · 315 words (2 minutes) · 227 views

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"They are gone now, as you can see."

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I drove out the the desert with some friends in the middle of a heatwave. The good part was that there wasn’t a soul out there. The bad part was 30 mph winds smacking us in the face with 115 degree heat. It was so hot that the coolant in the Jeep was boiling the whole time.
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Tom Marcinko

Heretics

Published Feb 15, 2021 · 3,242 words (12 minutes) · 162 views

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The usual warning for me: This story contains sex and religion in ways that might not be considered nice by everybody. It appeared in the first issue of Future Orbits, edited by Tom Vander Neut. There's a nice entry about the magazine on the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.

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Marlee Jane Ward

Voyeur

Published Sep 27, 2020 · 2,606 words (10 minutes) · 1 like · 300 views

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I think, when it comes to my writing, that there will be this dividing line between my ‘bleak’ phase and something else. I feel like I’m straddling that line right now: with no clear idea where to go from here, but with a distinct feeling that I need to make something less… sad. Can I write hope? Can I imagine something better than what I think we’re in for? I don’t know. Let’s see. Anyway, this is not that. This is from my bleak period. Enjoy!

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Poetry from the Stars: An Illustrated Novel

Updated Jul 12, 2020 · 2,253 words (9 minutes) · 1997 views

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"The stars speak to us. Other voices from other worlds, people like us and not like us. These are their voices." Being a collection of works presented by the Institute of Xenolinguistics, Stockholm, Earth, September 4169 | This story is an experimental illustrated novel told through found-document alien poetry and the lives of its various translators.

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Edward Willett

The Rescue

Published Jun 28, 2020 · 4,868 words (18 minutes) · 326 views

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This is another early story, my second (after "The Minstrel") to be published in JAM Magazine. All of my early stories were aimed at teen readers, because I was barely out of that age group myself!

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Tim McDaniel

Another View of the Matter Addressed in Shelley’s “Ozymandias”

Published May 3, 2020 · 2,828 words (11 minutes) · 395 views

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Khufu, Pharaoh of Egypt, is visited by a mysterious alien robot who offers him technological wonders. It is up to the Pharaoh to choose which gift to accept. What does he really want?

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Caren Gussoff Sumption

The Moon Illusion

Published Apr 13, 2020 · 1,799 words (7 minutes) · 2 likes · 514 views

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I wrote The Moon Illusion as a way to make sense of my father's organic dementia. He moved near us after my mother passed, then in with us after a broken shoulder. Prone to flights of fantasy, my father was also a product of his culture -- lost to him after many years of estrangement from his family, as distant from him as another world. This piece first appeared in mixer (2012)

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