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KJ Kabza

Heart of Brass, Chapter 3 of 4: The End of the Hall (or, Jameson’s Cage)

Published May 21, 2019 · 3,273 words (12 minutes) · 1 view

Fantasy Love steampunk serial happy ending erotica

Duke Gallantine's suspicious watch has kept his daughter out of The Chastarium, but not out of Dr. Dashiell's fantasies. When Lady Gallantine finally slips away from her father and arrives at The Chastarium for a secret midnight treatment, Dr. Dashiell seizes the chance to show her his most exclusive Machine of all. (Warning: erotica.)



KJ Kabza

Heart of Brass, Chapter 2 of 4: An Unwelcome Interruption (or, The Ouroboros)

Published May 17, 2019 · 3,194 words (12 minutes) · 3 views

Fantasy Love steampunk serial happy ending erotica

Lady Gallantine's first treatment in Dr. Dashiell's Chastarium has unleashed the full force of her passion, and she rushes to return the very next day. Dr. Dashiell, unable to stop himself from pushing the limits of her resilience, selects for her treatment a Machine too powerful for most. When Lady Gallantine's father suddenly arrives, asking questions about his missing daughter, will Dr. Dashiell be able to tear himself away and throw the Duke off the scent? (Warning: erotica.)



KJ Kabza

Heart of Brass, Chapter 1 of 4: The Chastarium of Jameson Dashiell (or, The Locomotive)

Published May 5, 2019 · 3,107 words (12 minutes) · 1 view

Fantasy Love steampunk serial erotica happy ending

Dr. Jameson H. Dashiell is the owner and proprietor of The Chastarium, a medical center that houses extraordinary machines designed to safely treat and tame lascivious desire. But the arrival of the gorgeous Lady Gallantine as a client tests his professional resolve. He may be able to keep her treatment a secret from her overbearing father, the Duke, but can he keep the secret of his own arousal as she undergoes her first (and very thorough…) treatment under his watch? (Warning: erotica.)



Stephen S. Power

The Face of All the World Is Changed

Published Apr 14, 2019 · 3,991 words (15 minutes) · 108 views

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If Facebook can predict whom some users will marry, what does that mean for the rest of us...and for marriage?



Susan Forest

Sun Splashed Fields and Far Blue Mountains

Published Apr 11, 2019 · 4,169 words (16 minutes) · 45 views

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Love, sacrifice, and stem cell organ printing.



Tim McDaniel


Published Apr 9, 2019 · 2,056 words (8 minutes) · 1 like · 57 views

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Traffic is backed up -- there's been a spill of love on the highway.



KJ Kabza

The Greatest Prophecy of All

Published Mar 27, 2019 · 1,869 words (7 minutes)

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At some point in their quest, every hero visits the Cave of the All-Seeing Oracle to hear a prophecy, learn their heroic destiny, and continue on their pre-ordained journey. Nullia, the Oracle’s apprentice, is tired of watching everyone else’s story go by and never getting a chance to live her own. But then the hero Hishmed arrives.

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Ben Serna-Grey


Published Mar 20, 2019 · 1,995 words (8 minutes) · 12 likes · 948 views

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My first piece published by an actual literary journal, and also the one that marked a substantial uptick in quality in my opinion. This is the one that made me think "oh hey I might actually have something here," and it still has a soft spot in my heart. Originally published in the Fall 2016 issue of Two Cities Review.

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Rebecca Gomez Farrell


Published Mar 12, 2019 · 4,991 words (19 minutes) · 320 views

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A stowaway and thief, Enkid, doesn't know what to make of the caring Triloneans who find her after a shipwreck at sea. Has she escaped the claws of a sea monster only to stumble into a more insidious trap?



Madeleine E. Robins


Published Mar 5, 2019 · 7,242 words (27 minutes) · 3 likes · 11 views

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“Living a long time is just like living any other kind of time,” he said at last. “The seconds don’t expand or anything; you don’t live differently. You just live more.”

This trip was interesting because my sleeping arrangement didn’t workout, so for a week I slept on a random dorm mattress, and used my camera bag as a pillow.