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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Little Green Men

by Wendy S. Delmater     For the fifth time in as many miserable days, Zxrendol had sent another pair

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The Change

By DJ Tyrer   The Change is upon me. It is a painful necessity. I am incapable of going on

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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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The Seventh Folding of Willow Sprite

By M. K. Noble   She gave the box a tap and a shake. Crumbs dusted the white enamel, clinging

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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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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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Sweeping

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

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