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Category Archives: Past
Peaches in the Breeze by Siobhan Gallagher If she kills the man with the red-jeweled hand, they might all go free. The snakes in her hair whisper hope, never promises. Yet… Freedom. She … Continue reading
winnowing grain from chaff, Anubis tosses three things aside: weak hearts, souls weighed down with sorrow, my lover who has killed me as surely as she’s stripped the olive tree Copyrighted by the author unless otherwise noted. … Continue reading
Alicia Cole The Lift Equation “ProSEDS was…designed to utilize the tether-generated current to provide limited spacecraft power. It is intended that this information will be of use for future tether mission and experiment designers.” -NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center … Continue reading
cold aphelion ten billion miles from home dead starship drifting luminous beings their touch flickering rainbows fill your mind with light stargate opening a jump to heaven or hell but no one knows which Copyrighted by the author unless … Continue reading
The Wanderer’s Chalice by Darrell Lindsey Stranded in a dimension faintly similar to Earth, he follows skulls of clouds through ragged skies, wanders endless miles with fire on his back & a sword in his psyche for those alien … Continue reading
The Neighbors by Pat Tompkins she: temperamental as only beauty can be out from dusk to dawn glowing steadily unlike flashy celebrity stars he: iron-oxide coloring blood-red dust storms more bark than bite with dry canyons, dead volcanoes lacking water, … Continue reading
Introduction to Time Travel Theory by Jeannine Hall Gailey Whether by string or tesseract, we humans interact with time poorly – always a ghost instance waiting to disintegrate, a missed opportunity for world peace or saving a parent behind the … Continue reading
Scifaitanka by Darrell Lindsey beside me on the basement step a hologram with the password to the king’s lair Copyrighted by the author unless otherwise noted. Art Director: Bonnie Brunish
The Scholar’s Off-World Girlfriend by Marge Simon He kept his hands in his pockets when they met, as if she might be contagious. They walked a way, stopping at the bridge to watch the fish perform a shadowy ballet. Over … Continue reading