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KJ Kabza

You Can Take It With You

Updated Feb 22, 2020 · 27,292 words (100 minutes)

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It's been said of wealth that you can't take it with you when you die--but now, you can. As long as you've got the money, you can pay to have a digital duplicate of your consciousness cavort in a simulated afterlife on a private server forever. Unless you're Lehann Margrove, who got separated from his husband and duped into a "Paradise" he never wanted.

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KJ Kabza

Announcing a complete novella in 7 parts: "You Can Take It With You"

Published Jan 4, 2020 · 252 words (1 minute) · 81 views

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Announcing "You Can Take It With You," a science fiction novella about privatized digital afterlives. One new chapter will post each week.

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Andi C. Buchanan

Stories of... queer survival

Published Jan 3, 2020 · 994 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes · 134 views

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Welcome to my first Stories of... post, a monthly series in which I'll recommend both short and long science fiction and fantasy on a particular theme. This week I'm looking at a contrast to the tragic queer tropes - stories of queer survival.

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Featured November 30, 2019

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Jen Knox

Green

Published Nov 28, 2019 · 2,365 words (9 minutes) · 4 likes · 405 views

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Joseph’s only deviation from regulation minimalism is an illicit second bicycle... until he meets Alyssa, a dumpster-diving, live-streaming, crowd-funded wanderer.

Award-winning author Jen Knox hails from Ohio, and her work has been featured in The Best Small Fictions 2017, The Saturday Evening Post, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and NPR, among many others.

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KJ Kabza

The Vision of Miss Elaine

Published Oct 18, 2019 · 6,750 words (25 minutes)

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Thanks to a new neural imaging technique, Science can now peer so deeply into a human mind, it's possible to map a person's private mental landscape of symbolic representation--and use that map to build a piece of Art so perfectly tailored, it stops the customer from hungering for any other Art forever. To support his family, artist Mick Lawson is forced to work in the industry that's killing his craft... and in doing so, he meets a client who might also destroy his marriage.

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Lorraine Schein

The Edifice

Published Jul 9, 2019 · 1,574 words (6 minutes) · 168 views

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What will society become at the end of the world?

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Featured July 5, 2019

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Stephen Dedman

The Lady Macbeth Blues

Published Jul 4, 2019 · 6,890 words (26 minutes) · 6 likes · 494 views

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As jobs are automated away, a rising tide of “traditional values” groups erodes the rights of women to hold jobs or leave marriages. But as they’re poised to cement their control with longevity-increasing nanotechnology, just one woman stands in their way. This BSFA Award-nominated story was originally published in Interzone.

Author Stephen Dedman has been publishing short stories and novels for more than twenty years. He’s been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award, the British Science Fiction Association Award, and many more. Content warning: racism, misogyny.

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Nancy Jane Moore

Survival Skills

Published May 3, 2019 · 2,587 words (10 minutes) · 1 like · 245 views

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This is a near future story, but since I wrote it back in the 1990s, it turns out to be set in the present day. I was going to change the dates for this reprint version, but when I re-read it I realized I had assumed a stock market crash in 2008. Given what actually happened in 2008, I'm a little scared to pick a new date for economic collapse. I'd rather not be right again.

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