The Day You Discover Beauty

By Russell Hemmell   “In order to learn what beauty is, you need an open and prepared mind,” Brother Yaaran

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Artificial

By Helen O’Neill The semi-transparent holograph of a brown envelope drifted into the virtual mailbox on the display unit behind

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The Lightbringers

By Anne E. Johnson Kindra spun. She was like a top, a coin, an axle high above Rennis City. Ribbons

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Sweeping

By Margaret Karmazin   Year of the Moon I am ugly, some have said, but a good enough worker All

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A Tale with a Catchy Title

By Chris Vander Kaay He found out the hard way how infectious a good story really is.   The man

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Unlucky

By Lucinda Preston   ⊕ On his way home, Samuel saw the same bit of forest that drew his eye

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Dinner at 8

By Krista Amigone   “That ginger keeps staring at me.” “Jenna, have you heard a word I’ve said?” Unfortunately, I

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Translations

By Amanda Lisle   Hannah, the clouds are turning purple like the earth. Janey. You were napping. What are you

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Homecoming

By John W. Otte   Another dead planet drifted past on the navigation display, a husk of stone and ash

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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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