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Lynette Mejía

Conduct the Stars Into Silence

Published Jul 21, 2021 · 755 words (3 minutes) · 14 views

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The universe sings, to those who know how to listen.

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I took this shot in a middle of “the vallée des merveilles” in the south Alps. I couldn’t see anything neither hear a single sound, everything was so quiet and so dark. But gradually I started to hear a breath, a whisper. And I think for the first time in my life I heard the stars sing.
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David Perlmutter

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Published Jun 19, 2021 · 14 words (1 minute) · 40 views

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Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff

Beggars Might Ride

Published Jun 14, 2021 · 4,370 words (16 minutes) · 93 views

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"Beggars" was originally published in Interzone. A bit of light, a pinch of dark. A dose of San Francisco’s sentient fog. My husband and I used to play just the sort of gigs that Jackie and Stevie do in this story and there are several autobiographical moments in the story, including right at the end.

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A strong woman lead vocal singer, singing her song with passion to the audience during a concert in Pula, Croatia.
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David Perlmutter

New Essay On Medium

Published May 25, 2021 · 16 words (1 minute) · 55 views

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Maria Haskins

And You Shall Sing To Me a Deeper Song

Published May 2, 2021 · 5,098 words (19 minutes) · 1 view

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The war is over, but Nysha carries the scars and memories with her. First published in Interzone #280.

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Standing on rocks at Spruce Knob in Monongahela National Forest of West Virginia. My friend, Trevor, saw this great angle and snapped this photo of me!
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Stephen Dedman

The Breaking of the Fellowship

Published Feb 26, 2021 · 3,102 words (12 minutes) · 64 views

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What might have happened if the Beatles had been successful in their quest to buy the movie rights to THE LORD OF THE RINGS?

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R. K. Duncan

Long and Slow and Short and Sharp

Published Nov 18, 2020 · 2,635 words (10 minutes) · 413 views

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An outlaw finds the end of his murder ballad at last. A story in the Enthusiasts universe.

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Kurt Pankau

Fractal Rhythm [album version] [explicit]

Published Sep 25, 2020 · 693 words (3 minutes)

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A mining AI discovers rhythm, starts rapping, causes an uprising. This story is paywalled for now, but it will be included in the next issue of my newsletter and eventually will be set free.

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I took that image in a former romanian salt mine. It was one of the darkest, most surrealistic and impressing place I have ever been. You could even play minigolf and table tennis down there. The photo shows the 120 meter high vertical main tunnel.
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James Van Pelt

Mambo No. M51

Published Sep 23, 2020 · 3,535 words (13 minutes) · 1 like · 296 views

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Someone once described "obsession" as a form of mental disease, like OCD. Everyone needs to have interests, but when those interests overwhelm balance in a person's life, they become a problem. But doesn't that mean that if you have any interests at all that you are on the road to being overwhelmed by them? Doesn't that mean we all are, just a little, mentally diseased? What we desire and how we behave towards those desires are a part of "Mambo No. M51."

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R. K. Duncan

Music for an Electronic Body

Published Apr 23, 2020 · 3,952 words (15 minutes) · 3 likes · 815 views

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Transference to a robot body may have saved his life, but it left Rob without much to live for, once music lost its luster. But when a mysterious underground band called Procedural Generation promises to bring back what he’s been missing, he’ll plug in, no questions asked. 

Author R. K. Duncan is a 2019 graduate of Viable Paradise, and writes fantasy, horror, and science fiction with a sharp edge of hope from his home in West Philadelphia.

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