Our Discontent

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Our Discontent by Paul Cesarini Paul Cesarini is a Professor & Dean at Loyola University New Orleans.  His fiction is published in 365 Tomorrows, Antipodean SF, the Creepy Podcast, Aphelion, Sci-Fi Shorts, Apocalypse Confidential, and […]

Winter

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Winter by Paul Cesarini Paul Cesarini is a Professor & Dean at Loyola University New Orleans.  His fiction is published in 365 Tomorrows, Antipodean SF, the Creepy Podcast, Aphelion, Sci-Fi Shorts, Apocalypse Confidential, and Black […]

Rain

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Rain by Kathy Steinemann Kathy Steinemann, Grandma Birdie to her grandkids, lives near the Rocky Mountains in the land of Atwood and Shatner and Bieber. She loves words, especially when those words are frightening or […]

Set Lasers to Exorcize

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Set Lasers to Exorcise by Isabel Yacura   Isabel Yacura is a writer and editor in Brooklyn, New York. She has been featured in Kelp Journal, Apricity Magazine, National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, and other […]

Physical Humor is a Dying Medium

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Physical Humor is a Dying Medium by Gustavo Bondoni   Gustavo Bondoni is a novelist and short story writer with over four hundred stories published in fifteen countries, in seven languages.  He is a member […]

Please Hold

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Please Hold by Mike Morgan   Mike Morgan was born in London, but not in any of the interesting parts. He moved to Japan at the age of 30 and lived there for many years. […]

Coffee Break

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Coffee Break by Mason Yates   Mason Yates is from a small town in the Midwest, but he currently lives in Arizona, where he graduated from Arizona State University.  He has interned with the magazine […]

Coherence

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Coherence by Warren Benedetto   Warren Benedetto writes dark fiction about horrible people, horrible places, and horrible things. He is an award-winning author and a full member of the SFWA. His hobbies include sleeping, hitting […]

Kilimanjaro

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Kilimanjaro by Roman Durkan Based in London, UK, Roman is an up and coming writer who always strives for variety in his work, be it serious speculative dramas to, as others had put it, the […]

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