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Featured June 7, 2019

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A.C. Wise

Matthew, Waiting

Published Jun 6, 2019 · 3,395 words (13 minutes) · 7 likes · 1155 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction post-apocalyptic dark fantasy canadian

The world after The Change isn't the way Matthew remembers it, but then, his memory isn't what it used to be these days. All he knows now is that the makeshift orphanage he presides over has many Annes, but he's looking for the right one. Enjoy this post-apocalyptic tale inspired by an unusual source: Anne of Green Gables.

Author A.C. Wise's work has appeared in Tor.com, Apex Magazine, and the Year's Best Horror and Science Fiction anthologies. She has two collections published with Lethe Press, and a novella forthcoming from Broken Eye Books.

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Taken in December 2014.  I arrived at Lake Tekapo shortly before sunset.  This was taken just after the sun had set behind me.
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Wendy Nikel

Britannica in Dust

Published Aug 28, 2018 · 694 words (3 minutes) · 298 views

Science Fiction flash first person POV post-apocalyptic

A girl learns a hard truth about history from a set of old encyclopedias.

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Renee Carter Hall

The Mistress of Tidwell Manor

Published Jul 13, 2018 · 3,311 words (13 minutes) · 2 likes · 301 views

Science Fiction post-apocalyptic anthropomorphic dogs animals

Amid a plague-ravaged world, time stands still at Tidwell Manor for Miss Emma and her canid caretaker, Mattie.

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Wendy Nikel

The Ashes With Which We Paint You

Published Apr 12, 2018 · 700 words (3 minutes) · 389 views

Science Fiction Strange first person POV post-apocalyptic survival elephant

A group of unusual survivors struggles with what to do after a cataclysmic event that leaves them alone, without those whom they’d counted on to protect them.

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Photo taken in Addo Elephant National Park. After a whole day in the park, we saw these beautiful animals walking down the sunset.
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Renee Carter Hall

Nevermore

Published Sep 18, 2017 · 288 words (2 minutes) · 1 like · 364 views

Science Fiction artificial intelligence post-apocalyptic anthropomorphic animals flash fiction birds

The humans are long gone, but their creations still struggle to find purpose.

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