City of Icons

By Jack R. Johnson   I have two words for this, just two: Ho. Hum. What a monstrous waste of

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Assisted Living

By James W. Morris   Living Together In order to save themselves money, Mr. Hirsh and Mr. O’Donnell, though previously

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Numbers

By Miles Raymer “Gerald, I’m going switch your eyes on now. Is that okay?” “Yes, Sam. I am ready.” There

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The Fair Heavens

By Kevin Thomas Conroy Everything changed among the trees. I remember the last breath I took before the end of

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Silver Bullet

By Chồn LườI   “I confirm you are the biological father.” The young doctor looked up from her desk, “I

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Milk Run

By Michael Mirolla   And the last thing, the very last thing I remember before I passed out was screaming:

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The Fairy Feller’s Farewell

(For Richard Dadd) By J.S. Watts   There’s a tiny, wee circle, just off the lane by Crowthorne, cut light

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Research Study #54

By Lisa Clark Journal Entry: Sunday afternoon Where are they? They said we’d be out of here in 48 hours.

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Ghosts

By D. Krauss   A lot of people died. The rest disappeared… Well, they haven’t so much disappeared as I

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The Why of Denise

By Marjorie Kaye Noble   Ah, there’s Denise. Denise is a former Virtual Enterprise employee. She frequents orientations, so I’m

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