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Sean Ferrell

Building an Elephant

Published Mar 26, 2019 · 7,584 words (28 minutes) · 1 like · 157 views

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When the neighbors show off their off-the-lot new elephant for everyone to see, Mike's dad decides to build his own out of spare parts. Getting it to work might mean Mike betrays himself and the neighbors' trust. [Building an Elephant was originally published by Adirondack Review: http://adirondackreview.homestead.com/ It won the Fulton Prize for Fiction.]

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Wendy Nikel

Cerise Sky Memories

Published Feb 28, 2019 · 953 words (4 minutes) · 185 views

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A genetically engineered human discovers some of her implanted memories are real and goes in search of the person who gave them to her.

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Wendy Nikel

Razbliuto in Ink

Published Sep 19, 2017 · 998 words (4 minutes) · 424 views

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An astronaut and a rock star get tattoos that measure the strength of their love for each other.

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Wendy Nikel

The Memory Ward

Published Sep 19, 2017 · 949 words (4 minutes) · 442 views

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In the near-future, an elderly woman with a past extracts her most precious memories so as not to lose them.

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Wendy Nikel

Let Me Sleep When I Die

Published Sep 19, 2017 · 886 words (4 minutes) · 417 views

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When new technology enables humanity to live forever, an elderly war veteran makes a case for a more natural death.

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https://unsplash.com/@ic03r was inspired by some blacklight photographs he found on pinterest. We suggested that we could use the colors as sparcles to create a stunning galaxy feel. That is the outcome. We plan to do another series following real star signs on face and body.
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Wendy Nikel

Sardines in a Tin Can

Published Sep 17, 2017 · 1,541 words (6 minutes) · 423 views

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A group of laborers on a distant planet plot their escape from their work camp.

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