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Fiction Series: Ongoing 11 Chapters

Trent Jamieson

Iron Temple

Updated May 3, 2020 · 22,530 words (82 minutes) · 473 views

Science Fiction Romance memory dreams AIs Coral Wars Starships

Jack Nimble tripped over the gravity well; eight centuries of flight tech failed at once; Trim’s diagnostics were a maelstrom of numbers in his mind; all the data that he left up to his ship, when it worked, had become a sort of non-Fourieral scream. Jack blamed the Glorious War Machine, of course. But here in the yawing ship, rapidly describing a rolling dropping shuddering gyre, there was nothing he could do, but fall stung by Trim’s howling data stream.

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KJ Kabza

Night and Day

Published Dec 19, 2019 · 4,770 words (18 minutes)

Fantasy Literary Fiction dreams

By day, he's Jonathan W. Pembroke, a successful securities lawyer. By night, he's Lokifur, and he always has the same dream: he wanders an island surrounding by floating stones on which lay sleeping people who never awaken. When a new being named Solifur appears in his nightly dream and changes it for the better, Jonathan's days change for the worse. But is tipping the balance so bad? Which mode of being is actually real--and which is more important? And what if they aren't the same thing?

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Elizabeth Hopkinson

A Short History of the Dream Library

Published Jun 25, 2019 · 2,503 words (10 minutes) · 3 likes · 7 views

Fantasy dreams prizewinning Humour

Milton Bisset has had the same dream every night for twenty years. The trouble is, it isn’t actually Milton’s dream.  It is the property of the Ministry of Unusual Technology and they want it back. Winner of the James White Award 2005.

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Sydney was more than alive during the Vivid, a month when the whole city is lit up with lights, shows and food trucks everywhere. I stumbled upon this gelato truck and loved the colors and the retro design it featured so I sat down for a quick shot. I only had time for one shot and miraculously that one shot came out clean. I was lucky enough that the crowd walked behind me and all the workers were either behind or inside the van, one even blurred by the delayed exposure.. It’s not everyday you get luck like this in photography, it’s not everyday you get the cream of your dreams.
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KJ Kabza

Gallery

Published Jun 14, 2018 · 158 words (1 minute) · 467 views

Fantasy Horror Literary Fiction Strange flash fiction death dreams

Mysterious still shots of your dreams have always appeared in your phone the next morning. And it’s always been wonderful—until you start having nightmares.

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