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Last Build Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2018 05:31:23 +0000


The Golden Planets

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 05:31:23 +0000

Author: Alzo David-West Two neutron stars, ten times the mass of the sun collided, unleashing a cataclysm—an explosive kilonova, whose massive gravitational waves undulated through the dark mantle of spacetime, forging in their course a planetary system composed of fifteen swirling planets. Two hundred million light-years away, a team of astronomers on Orbital Observatory-9 detected […]

The Plague

Fri, 23 Mar 2018 04:52:07 +0000

Author: Talon Abernathy The disease passed quickly and no one was spared. First, it neutered the men. Women became infertile. Men atrophied and women thickened. Hair sloughed off and torsos turned flat. The two sexes equalized and thus division was lost. Next, hunger disappeared. People lost their taste for food. Then, the mouth disappeared. X-rays […]

The Sunset War

Thu, 22 Mar 2018 04:01:07 +0000

Author: Logan Smith In the beginning, humanity looked to the stars, and saw gods. In their golden age, they went among the stars, as if they were gods. In the end, when the stars started going out, they found gods. *** You don’t see a lot of sunsets anymore. If you do, you stop appreciating […]

The Reconciliation

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 05:26:09 +0000

Author: Shari S Levine Miriam opened the door of the caravan-turned-time machine. Dry, hot air blew in. She shaded her eyes against the brightness. They had landed where they had planned: at the base of a range of hills, nothing around them but arid land that matched the red sun. A scream pierced the air. […]

Winging it

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 04:12:48 +0000

Author: DJ Lunan The spokesman for the Nui, Jesús the Giant, considered me with a foreboding and weakly threatening glare. “I have negotiated successfully with races on twenty planets. I know you have something to tell me, Gloria.” “It’s the ostriches.” I blurted honestly, with an exasperated undertone that I had been practicing in the […]


Mon, 19 Mar 2018 04:01:49 +0000

Author: Jae Miles, Staff Writer Red emergency lighting makes more shadows than seem possible. President Booker leans back from the table and looks sideways at the one shadow he knows. “Clarence Dimitri. I’ve always meant to ask, agent: how did you end up with a name like that?” “It was a concession to avoid a feud […]

Proposal to Rename Centauri B Prime

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 04:01:46 +0000

Author: Beck Dacus Perhaps the most famous planet in the colonized Galaxy– aside from Earth, of course– Centauri B Prime may have the highest standard of living in the Milky Way. It is a center for scientific innovation, has borne some of our most accomplished artists, and has had a pivotal role in all of […]

Just Like Dolls

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 06:35:53 +0000

Author: Michele Roger I make the coffee in the French press like I do every morning. Then, I regret it by the time I reach the City Freezing Works. A doubled edged elixir, the coffee rouses me from my bed and then inspires uninhibited vomiting by the time I reach downtown. I can’t blame it […]


Fri, 16 Mar 2018 05:33:17 +0000

Author: Mina It’s the lack of sleep that’s the worst. I can live with the brutal beatings, the agony of untreated broken bones, the drugs that fuck with your head, the insidious cold, the gnawing hunger, the burning thirst and the routine rape, but I would literally kill to sleep. We’ve all been trained in […]

This Is What Friends Are For

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:12:23 +0000

Author: Jules Jensen Things are changing. The line in the sand is gone, washed away by changing tides that everyone saw coming but not this fast. In his eyes, I see the difference. I see the tech. “You have no idea how good this feels.” He says, smiling, and I bite back the comment that […]