The programmers knew that the ship carrying the last precious remnant of humanity had to be more than just an … More
Daily commute, they pass each other at speed. Something stirs, sensors sensed. Tuesday: same time, same place. They try to … More
The minister leaps, then the groom. The wedding party plummets after them, tuxedo-tailed and pastel-trimmed vacuum suits all inertially aflutter. … More
I hear nothing but the ticking. The springs I implanted, the thrumming of gears, the rusty coils, and yet you … More
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You wake up on the rubber delivery pad outside your apartment, shoulders aching, hands puffy and battered from working an … More
“Mother, may I go outside?” “No. It is after curfew.” “I’ll change the station’s curfew hours.” “No. You do not … More
Sweat poured down my back, plastering the mine’s EVA suit to my skin. Musty air fogged the faceplate, reeking of … More