ORIGINAL SHORT FICTION

 
 
 
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Our Body Dreams Of Your Death

SPECULATIVE FICTION BY: Ashley Naftule

In a savage future, a tight-knit group of primitive hunters prepare to take down a sophisticated predator.

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you’re not the only one

SPECULATIVE FICTION BY: Dian Parker

Increasingly disturbed by deteriorating global climate, a young woman dreams of an alternative future for the planet.

 
 

AFTER THE LAST DROP

URBAN FANTASY BY H.N. HUNT

Things go wrong when a young witch stops giving her boyfriend a love potion.

WORDS, WORDS, WORDS

SPECULATIVE FICTION BY MELODIE CORRIGALL

A group, unhappy with the way they are scorned, tries to have changes made to address their concern.

THE CALL OF MUSIC

SPECULATIVE FICTION BY MARIAH ZACH

It is not the first time I have witnessed an accident. Will it be the last?

 
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POWER GRID

NEAR FUTURE FICTION BY STEVE CARR

A son of a family living on the prairie lives in fear of the loss of electricity as the world succumbs to the effects of extremely hot weather that also impacts the lives of those he loves.

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The Time of Singing Has Come

SCIFI FAR FUTURE BY SHELLEY CHAPPELL

In the far future humanity has split into two communities; the Ark who strive to heal the ruined world, and the Flock, a winged human sub-species. Dunna, raised in a remote Ark is enthralled by the song of the Flock.

where is it

MICRO FICTION / BY JEREMY VACHON

He aches for that year like a drowning man aches for a life preserver.

 
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THE BUREAU

SCIFI & NEAR FUTURE BY MILA SANKALE

In an overpopulated future Anja hesitates when she's presented a choice she's made thousands of times before.

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THE ADVENTURES OF MICA AND MADDI

SCIFI & ADVENTURE BY SOPHIA DERISE

Cousins Mica and Maddi go on an intergalactic escapade to rescue Maddi’s mom who is believed to have been kidnapped by the heinous Space Mafia.

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WHEN SATURN DROWNS

FICTION BY ADDISON RIZER

I didn’t know anything about anything when we were beneath the sunflowers. That was the rule.