by Sheree Renée Thomas
Coal is made from the carbon of ancient trees that did not decay to powder
by Stu West
Few mortals could ever have used that shield. She is a very special woman, your grandmother.
by Jenn Reese
Her systems will cease to function long before she arrives at her destination. But her protocol is clear. She will follow the last path set by her captain.
by Jaymee Goh
The fairy demanded that he kiss the princess, for the fairy had chosen him to break the enchantment on the land. But he refused…
by Sabrina Vourvoulias
Their teeth are cut to the shape of our lives, of our terrors.
by Mary Soon Lee
The fourth demon took the form of a giant serpent, two hundred feet long and as wide in girth as a wagon.
Jan 17, 2019 | essay
by Layla Al-Bedawi
The German word for language is Sprache. Lose a bit of it and it becomes Rache, which means revenge. Lose just a little more and you’re left with ache.
by George Lockett
She turns to see two fearful, bloodshot eyes. They’re gone before she can speak. A cockroach itch wriggles under her tongue.
by Russell Nichols
He’d seen the ads: Happy kids with their headsets, uploading book after book from the VR library to their brains. Instantly. Click and done.
by Shiv Ramdas
For all their flimsiness, littlings are dangerous parasites.
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