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Featured January 8, 2020

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Nathan Susnik

The Pink Life (La Vie En Rose)

Published Jan 6, 2020 · 2,931 words (11 minutes) · 5 likes · 414 views

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Lauren’s state-of-the-art iPerceive unit represents the latest in perception-smoothing technology. But when it starts to malfunction one weekday morning, she’ll learn just how much of her reality is a lie. 

Don’t miss this story The Guardian called a standout in an already strong collection from Shoreline of Infinity. Author Nathan Susnik is a medical writer and editor living with his family near Hanover, Germany. He’s new to Curious Fictions, so give him a warm welcome.

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Kat Otis

Turn A New Page

Published Aug 10, 2019 · 874 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 209 views

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Alicia opened her mouth to answer, then hesitated as she saw her choices laid out for her as clearly as if it was one of those old Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books...

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Paul Alex Gray

Evening Star

Published Jan 18, 2019 · 540 words (2 minutes) · 313 views

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The end of the world is thirsty work. Enjoy this tale about endings, beginnings and the worlds we want to live in.

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Paul Alex Gray

Memories to come

Published Aug 28, 2018 · 948 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes · 455 views

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In the future we will escape into incredible new worlds thanks to Virtual Reality. Yet real life is never perfect. Many people face or have faced traumatic or difficult experiences and live with fear, regret, anger or sorrow. For someone experiencing the pain of grief, whose effects may never truly be overcome … What world would they create? Something new? Or something lost.

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The light was fading as I was flying the Mavic back from another shoot and the symmetry of these streets caught my eye. Love me some long afternoon shadows.
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Karl Dandenell

Walking Backwards Through Death's Door

Published Mar 21, 2018 · 5,031 words (19 minutes) · 1 like · 423 views

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This was my second professional sale (1996!) under the byline of Karl Schlosser. It has a few wrinkles but I still like it. Hope enjoy it.

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early man gets the catch.