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Barbara Krasnoff

Of Their Sweet Deaths Are Sweetest Odours Made

Published Mar 13, 2021 · 3,965 words (15 minutes) · 132 views

Science Fiction Urban science fiction

Here I sit, Elaine thought drearily. The has-been who never was.


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James Van Pelt

Neoteric Urban Archaeology

Published Dec 28, 2020 · 1,232 words (5 minutes) · 173 views

Science Fiction first contact Urban science fiction

Part of the joy of archaeology is that every artifact tells a story, but not all archaeology requires an ancient site where the scientist carefully brushes dirt away from a fragile find from the deep past. People leave artifacts and other physical remains wherever they go. Even an abandoned house in a crummy part of the city can contain story treasures.


I love lisbon. This is the city I’m going back in my best memories.
I love that this city is so varied. You can find beautiful and old buildings but also you can see places like this. Abandoned and showing that city is alive.