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Jude-Marie Green

Aztec

Published Aug 7, 2020 · 122 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 56 views

Literary Fiction poem

An unpublished poem. Not genre. Topical.

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Shawn Cropley

Lights.

Published Aug 3, 2020 · 275 words (1 minute) · 22 views

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A lonely travelers night out.

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Sean Ferrell

Littered with Ellipses...

Updated Aug 2, 2020 · 23,830 words (87 minutes) · 564 views

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He wasn't supposed to care. He wasn't built to do so. But when a deepspace maintenance worker rescues children from an accident he gains citizenship and makes the people who care for him question how they (or anyone) care for themselves.

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Kátia Bandeira de Mello-Gerlach

Swimming with Sharks

Published Aug 1, 2020 · 865 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 32 views

Classic Literary Fiction #time #marcelschwob #sharks #train #rides #bluefingers #beasts #metaphysics

A train ride into time

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Featured July 30, 2020

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RS Benedict

Morbier

Published Jul 26, 2020 · 4,619 words (17 minutes) · 8 likes · 396 views

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Mara has no past, no social security number, and no birth certificate. The doctors call it trauma. Mara calls it time travel.

Author RS Benedict’s work has appeared in F&SF, The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, and Broad Knowledge: 35 Women Up To No Good. She holds an MA in linguistics, and taught ESL in China for several years before returning to New York.

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Megan Lee Beals

Lawrence in the Last Days of Knowing

Published Jul 22, 2020 · 5,213 words (19 minutes) · 1 like · 113 views

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This is a story about the most famous author in the western literary world, and how she does not exist.

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Kátia Bandeira de Mello-Gerlach

Lost for Ten, Lost for One Thousand

Published Jul 11, 2020 · 2,428 words (9 minutes) · 77 views

Humor Literary Fiction #surrealism #rhino #animal #latinamericanfiction #brazilianwriter #portuguese #belem #portugal #lisbon #gargoyle

The mysterious case of a man and the horn of a rhino lost in Lisbon.

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Christi Nogle

The Drought, 1983

Published Jul 10, 2020 · 4,975 words (19 minutes) · 35 views

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My father was one of those men who has signs made to advertise their opinions about God and the government. His were big and blinding-white, carefully hand lettered in red and royal blue. I was there when he and the delivery boy hung them on the gates and stood admiring. I hadn’t thought of him as an old man before that day. He had always seemed in the prime of life, with his lean frame and long black hair. Next to the delivery boy he looked crooked, bent and gray.

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After summer.
The feast is over,
after tidying up and calming down —
Again, again.
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Featured July 16, 2020

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Rebecca Campbell

Deep Water

Published Jul 10, 2020 · 2,481 words (10 minutes) · 5 likes · 302 views

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A scar on her ankle. Something strange about his eyes. Nothing’s been quite the same since that childhood afternoon at the lake, when something emerged from the water. If only they could remember what it was.

Rebecca Campbell writes weird fiction, often about the islands and woods on the west coast of Canada. Her work has appeared in F&SF, Clarkesworld, and Shimmer, among others, and been shortlisted for the Sunburst Award.

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Daniel Ausema

Tree Ring Anthology

Published Jul 10, 2020 · 2,067 words (8 minutes) · 106 views

Fantasy Horror Literary Fiction Trees

The rings of a tree tell a story. For some trees, that means a litany of horrors that have twisted its long life and haunt its space still, even after the tree is harvested. This story was written for the D. F. Lewis-edited Horror Anthology of Horror Anthologies as a twist on the theme to expand the image of what an anthology is and might be.

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