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Last Build Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2018 07:18:55 +0000

 



Distress

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 07:18:55 +0000

Author: Ádám Gerencsér In all probability, this is our final broadcast. It will be repeated on all available automatic relays in binary code for as long as power supply persists. The time left is enough for but one final act of resistance: a high-frequency message of warning beamed out towards those sectors of visible space […]



Wherever My Gnome

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:26:18 +0000

Author: Jae Miles, Staff Writer We’ve had kids stealing our garden gnomes for years. Some came back, some didn’t, and some sent me postcards, usually from Skegness or Blackpool. As years went by, those kids did well. Our wandering gnomes sent postcards from Ibiza and Goa. The second generation of gnome-nickers went alternate. We got a […]



You call this love, I call it service

Sun, 14 Jan 2018 06:12:33 +0000

Author: DJ Lunan I love my bathroom. Its the best thing about my divorce. Alaskan white suite, powerful extractor fan, splash-blade shower, heated towel rail, and no queuing behind the kids. But divorce is expensive. I moved out of the family house to a ground floor flat in Tampa’s up-and-coming Sulphur Springs with my home-wrecker […]



To Infinity and Beyond

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 08:36:04 +0000

Author: Aethelric Jones Am I human? I feel like a human being. I’m Jack Hawkins, married with two children. But that was a very long time ago. I don’t look like a human being. I have no flesh or bones, I never get hungry. Actually, I’m a starship, or more like a star drone really […]



Arrival Day

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 05:00:13 +0000

Author: Leanne A. Styles The gatekeeper snatches the bag out of my hand, the lenses of his telescopic goggles making minute adjustments as he peers inside. “My watches and coin collection,” I say. “No money?” “Not anymore.” “Searched a lot of yards, have we?” he says with a wry grin. “Yours is the last.” His […]



Parting Ways

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 08:08:59 +0000

Author: Bruce van-Schalkwyk Noah’s eyes tracked the blip on his screen. Displaying 19% battery, but being the furthest away from the garage, he didn’t want to take any chances with the auto-cab. He typed the return command on the open prompt, pressed Enter on the keyboard, shaking his head. With such a detailed, interactive map […]



Verbatim Thirst

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 06:01:21 +0000

Author: Gabriel Land In every direction, there was nothing but baked dirt, tumbleweeds, and flat death. The blazing sun weighed down on me. I didn’t know which way to walk, and I didn’t know why. How I’d gotten there was long since forgotten. Being lost wasn’t the pressing problem. No, the immediate threat was that […]



Fires of Moscow

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 05:54:39 +0000

Author: Beck Dacus Captain Whilford sat in the command chair, glowering. As he drank coffee with a blanket around his shoulders, he wondered what could’ve possibly warranted unfreezing him a year before arriving in the enemy system. Everyone on his ship ranking higher than a sergeant had gathered before him for this “presentation.” After they […]



Close Call

Mon, 08 Jan 2018 05:03:45 +0000

Author: Jae Miles, Staff Writer Our fleeing shadows flicker in the strobing light from far-off eppy guns – still enough to hurt our eyes, not enough to drop us. A while later, Oli gasps: “Where?” Good question. Sheer luck we’d headed out in search of cold drinks. The block party had turned into a full-on noise […]



Conservation

Sun, 07 Jan 2018 06:41:13 +0000

Author: Lewis Richards The Creature moved its great head forwards, releasing a long mellow call into the night. It waited for a moment, listening for a response, but when one didn’t drift back on the wind, it ambled slowly back through the tough, knee-high grasses surrounding its nest. Moving out of the grass and into […]