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Featured February 26, 2020

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Anthony W. Eichenlaub

One Final Walk in the Dust and the Rain

Published Feb 14, 2020 · 5,869 words (22 minutes) · 5 likes · 684 views

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As long as Sydney can remember, the upper Mississippi has been a deserted wasteland. But when a once-in-a-lifetime rainstorm appears on the horizon, she’ll be pulled into her grandmother’s quixotic quest to sow life into fallow ground—no matter the cost.

Author Anthony W. Eichenlaub himself grew up in the upper Mississippi, and his stories have appeared in Little Blue Marble, the anthology Fell Beasts and Fair and A Punk Rock Future.

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CJ Hurtt

Beneath Waves Of Sand

Published Nov 3, 2019 · 4,582 words (17 minutes) · 310 views

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As the oceans disappear, previously hidden shipwrecks await those brave enough to venture across the dunes to find them. The ones who make this journey do not always make it back.

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Featured May 31, 2019

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L.X. Beckett

Freezing Rain, a Chance of Falling

Updated May 25, 2019 · 24,735 words (90 minutes) · 3 likes · 2102 views

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Near-future journalist Drow sees his future crumble before his eyes when an ill-advised story crashes his social standing all around the internet and the world. He becomes desperate — so desperate, that he might just be willing to take part in an eccentric artstorm aficionado's dangerous piece of performance art.

Enjoy our first featured novella this weekend by L.X. Beckett, a Toronto-based writer and editor whose novel Gamechanger, set in the same universe, is now available for pre-order from Tor.

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Michael McCormick

Snow, 2562

Published Oct 30, 2018 · 306 words (2 minutes) · 3 likes · 807 views

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In the year 2562, a mysterious manna falls from the sky.

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