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Andi C. Buchanan

A Sacrifice of Cells

Published Jul 3, 2020 · 427 words (2 minutes) · 1 like · 104 views

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A flash story of a prophecy fulfilled.

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An underpass of the Leppävaara train station in the City of Espoo, Finland, has undergone a renovation project. The project separated more clearly the cycle path and the pedestrian paths, causing less accidents. Also the train platform numbers were oversized so those can been seen far away. In the underpass the walls were painted, urban art was reveiled, as such in the photo. There is a futuristic light installation on the roof of the underpass, which changes colours in a certain pattern.
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Edward Willett

Sins of the Father

Published Jun 28, 2020 · 5,651 words (21 minutes) · 81 views

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Robert J. Sawyer, in a science-fiction writing class I took at the Banff Centre, had us write, in five minutes, the opening to a story one morning. Those few lines became this short story, which in turn became Marseguro, my second novel for DAW Books, winner of Canada's top science-fiction award, the Aurora, for Best Long-Form Work in English in 2009.

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Elinor Caiman Sands

The History of the Sacred Non-Cow

Published Mar 27, 2020 · 1,741 words (7 minutes) · 383 views

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The Sacred Non-Cow is a marvellous beast that grazes unmolested on the fertile pastures of ancient Babylon--until Man begins to encroach on Her lands with thoughts of roast beef. Then the Sacred Non-Cow faces difficult choices regarding Her future--if, indeed, She has a future.

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James Van Pelt

The Saint from Abdijan

Published Jan 8, 2020 · 8,709 words (32 minutes) · 254 views

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The pursuit of freedom can take many forms. For some, it is finding truth in the metaphysical. Is there God? Does God care for us? For others, the search can be both more mundane and immediate. It could just be a search for a cursed diamond.

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Sara Saab

Be Light. Be Pure. Be Close to Heaven

Published Feb 7, 2019 · 4,467 words (17 minutes) · 4 likes · 525 views

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A member of a cult with unconventional modes of worship finds herself at a crossroads.

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It had been a long night. My friend and I had entered a 36 hour film challenge for a local film festival. Nearing the 36 hour mark, running on three and a half hours of sleep and twenty chicken nuggets were were ready to export our final video.

By this time, I was so exhausted I felt wide awake (what…? Yeah, I don’t get it either).

Meandering around my buddy’s house (built sometime in the late seventies) I stared into the kitchen, lost in a daze. It suddenly hit me, this is a great opportunity. I LOVE a frame within a frame, so I quickly scooped up my camera and snapped this shot!
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Kat Otis

This Day, At Tilbury

Published Oct 4, 2018 · 4,099 words (15 minutes) · 415 views

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When the battered remnants of the English fleet limped up the Thames, fleeing before the might of the advancing Spanish Armada, fourteen-year-old Robin refused to flee to safety. His life--and his magic--are too valuable a weapon to set aside in this, Protestant England's desperate last stand.

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