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“GODLESS” (SHORT STORY)

Sunday, June 23, 2024

You're adrift in an ocean of darkness. A primal fear twists through you as the heavens disappear before your eyes. Do you give in to the rising panic? Or marvel at the cosmic transformation? “

Review: “Prophet Song”

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

It is the darkest of timers. Paul Lynch's beautifully titled and beautifully written novel follows one woman's attempts to save her family in a contemporary Ireland slipping further and further

“NUCLEAR” (SHORT STORY)

Sunday, June 16, 2024

Peter Dutton answers the call on the first ring. As the opposition leader his polling numbers are in the toilet again and there's hell to pay. He thinks his well-rehearsed lies about nuclear

An ice story

Tuesday, June 11, 2024

A hundred and thirty years ago the only cooling method people had was ice. Men known as ice cutters would go out into the woods and out onto frozen lakes, saw ice by hand, haul it to an ice house where

“ENGLISH MAJOR” (SHORT STORY)

Sunday, June 9, 2024

Dr. Hawthorne stares at the students' essays in front of her. She scans the words, detached, programmatic, lacking any spark of original thought. All regurgitated by artificial intelligence. “

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