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Jeremy Szal

The dataSultan of Streets and Stars

Published Aug 3, 2019 · 6,904 words (26 minutes)

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A hacker with a price on his head returns to Istanbul to retrieve rogue AIs involved in a massacre. Only, the AIs have grown more intelligent (and mystical) than anyone thought possible.

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Galata, Istanbul
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KJ Kabza

Bed 17

Published Aug 3, 2019 · 1,779 words (7 minutes) · 43 views

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Nurse Anjee knows that bio-nanites are the cutting edge of personalized medicine: they can kill cancerous cells, keep down inflammation, keep insulin receptors functional, and keep waistlines trim. But if they can be programmed, then they can be hacked--and to her hospital comes the most terrifying, cutting-edge hack of all.

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Featured April 18, 2019

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Jason Franks

Into the Adlight

Published Apr 16, 2019 · 3,378 words (13 minutes) · 3 likes · 631 views

Satire Science Fiction cyberpunk advertising documentary punk

Abram Jonas is a documentary filmmaker most accustomed to covering war. But when he’s given unexpected access to the “bogeyman of advertising”—a man infamous for embedding ads in anything and everything, including people’s corneas—Abe has no choice but to see how deep the rabbit hole goes. Author Jason Franks lives in Australia, and his novels and short stories have been short-listed for the Aurealis award and appeared in many anthologies and magazines.

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Two special roundabouts in Spiez, Switzerland - the look reminds me on all the 80s neon signs and Series like Riverdale and Stranger Things. There is even a McDrive.
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KJ Kabza

Gnarly Times at Nana'ite Beach

Published Jan 10, 2019 · 7,434 words (28 minutes) · 2 views

Satire Science Fiction cyberpunk absurd retro beachpunk surfing

Dirk Rider and the Coast Gang are the biggest jerks on the beach, and Dusty Yokoyama is determined to beat them in the Malihini Junior Surf-Off contest. Luckily, maverick surfboard-maker and local legend Zhaoping Ho wants none other than Dusty, “the Mayor of Loserville,” to use one of his mysterious prototypes in the competition. What makes the prototype so special? Will Dusty catch a totally tubular wave and the attention of all—or even any—okay, just one—hot girl?

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Novae Caelum

>SYS REBOOT

Published Jul 11, 2018 · 759 words (3 minutes) · 1 like · 384 views

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"The bar is full of violet smoke which shakes to the green of rave light."

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Haha, thats me! Had this image in my mind after seeing a advanced selfie video on youtube. Turned out great althought i wish the monitor in front of me was a bit more brighter so that you could understand that it is an monitor without me having to describe it. But, it was too dark to pull out the shadows from that area.
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Karl Dandenell

The Motel 6 Fugue

Published Mar 21, 2018 · 5,144 words (19 minutes) · 384 views

Science Fiction cyberpunk redemption desert

This was my first professional sale, *way* back in 1993 (and appeared under my former byline, Karl Schlosser). I was deep in my cyberpunk phase.

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Wheres the Pool?
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Vanessa Fogg

The Wave

Published Dec 3, 2017 · 6,342 words (24 minutes) · 1 like · 452 views

Science Fiction cyberpunk adventure extreme big-wave surfing

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Vanessa Fogg

Disconnected

Published Dec 3, 2017 · 3,847 words (14 minutes) · 7 likes · 539 views

Science Fiction cyberpunk biopunk protein folding

Happy holidays! We hope everyone's had a chance to disconnect and relax a bit this holiday season. In "Disconnected," Vanessa Fogg imagines a future where always-on neuromods and nanomachines have permanently altered our relationship with technology and each other. Vanessa spent years as a research scientist in molecular cell biology, and now works as a freelance medical writer in western Michigan, where she also dreams of selkies, dragons, and gritty cyberpunk futures.

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