Drones

By Trevor Kroger     Luis swore he could feel the dull glow of the Rosen Robotics sign high overhead

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These Wings of Mine

By Charlotte H. Lee   “Merdena is dead.”   Not words you want to hear when you find yourself in

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The Imp’s Chronicles

by L. Salt The enormous stained-glass windows were illuminated with the last lights of summer. The rays created multicolored patterns

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Immersion

By Mark Bilsborough       Jason turned the corner and the city laid itself before him, lolling gracelessly down

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What Just Happened?

by Brooks Kohler   Looking down through the milky haze of summer humidity, you could see the Mill Creek Valley

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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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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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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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Life, Apathy, and Extraterrestrials

By Justin Zipprich   No shit, there I was. I’m sitting at work, gazing out the window, when I first

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For a Lack of Time

By Daniel Loring Keating   The expedition was set, every contingency planned for, every bit of equipment requisitioned and stowed.

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