Overload

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Overload by Thomas Zman Amazon   Avery sat before his Shortwave-Radio. He was communicating with a mysterious someone, a foreign contact he’d just discovered from half way around the globe. Pursuant to his latest interest […]

Living Will

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Living Will by Roger Ley Website  –  Amazon Other stories by Roger Ley   Martin Riley was pleased to be finally putting his financial affairs in order. He’d been meaning to get around to it […]

The Yacht as Big as Manhattan

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The Yacht as Big as Manhattan by Mark Mellon Website     Jared Pinkner stood on the vacant green, hair ruffled by the brisk March wind. Choatover Hall was empty, the other boys already with […]

Starman

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Starman by Ken Nashizaki Translated by Toshiya Kamei   I don’t remember who started calling him “Starman.” Was it Kondo who worked at the bar? Was it Shorty, a self-proclaimed drummer who quit the band […]

The End

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The End by Anja Reed     When I wake up, I take just a few moments to gather my bearings, become really confused, and connect the dots. Then I sit up and slap Cash. […]

Mold

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Mold by Andrew L. Hodges Bewildering Stories  –  JJ Outre Review     When Greta Garbo from upstairs called, Mr. Pagulccio could only sit and listen. She was so hysterical and insistent that all he […]

Crash Dummy

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Crash Dummy by Roger Ley Website  –  Amazon Other stories by Roger Ley   BOOK SALE!! Roger Ley’s book ‘Dead People on Facebook’ is free to download on Amazon on Friday 29th through Sunday 31st. […]

Observers

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Observers by Gareth D Jones   When bizarre, incorporeal figures start following random citizens, observing their every move, some people handle the situation better than others.   Observers was originally published in Emerging Worlds and […]

The Invisible Monster

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The Invisible Monster By Folufela   A flash of light rips through the dark laboratory and illuminates the faces of the five people who are watching intently. They stare, hypnotized, as one of them frantically […]

Looking for Carla

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Looking for Carla Written by Carlos A. Duarte Cano Translated by Toshiya Kamei   It’s Saturday night. It’s been a fortnight since I last heard from Carla. I know full well she’s fickle, but to […]

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