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Flash Fiction

Bubonic Babe

“We live in the best of all worlds. We drink cleaner water, eat more nutritious foods, live more fulfilling lives when compared to any other age of humanity before us. War is a forgotten thing, narrowed down to a mild entertainment. Why, then should not pestilence be fashion? Why can’t disease become an expression of […]

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Short Stories

The Long Rolling Cloud

by Kevin Victor Rae The sand frogs sang as the third sun sank behind the plateau. Their song echoed against the high red rocks of the desert, climbing up from the valley below to the small outcropping that the band of outlaws had camped in for the past three days.  The Kid huddled in his […]

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Flash Fiction

Neutron Purge

Here is a bit of flash fiction inspired by a playthrough of the game Stellaris… and recent events. It took thirty days for the world to end.  They first spotted it in Russia, and despite the best efforts of the government, images of the second moon in the sky spread across the internet. A passing […]