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Short Fiction Appreciation by Rich Larson

by on Nov 6, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Most short stories are forgettable. Not necessarily bad, but forgettable. You read them and you say, huh. Or hmm. Or nice. And move on. Some of them you like enough to bookmark, but, like with most bookmarks, you never actually go back. So the stories that you not only bookmark, but...

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Going Endo

by on Jul 7, 2015 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

3250 Words They say the reason it’s mostly fems who go endo is because of the whole penetration thing, like us sirs can’t handle the wet interface, but once on leave I got my face pulped in a blood-brawl at Decker’s Draughts & Dopamine, and since the autosurgeon took five whole...

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by on Nov 4, 2014 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

4767 WORDS The apartment’s DNA scanner can pick Anton out of the crowd almost a block away, so the sliding doors were unlocked and the lobby lighting was welcoming when me and him arrived with the crate. Automated apartments are cushy like that, but I would get lonely without human...

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Maria and the Pilgrim

by on Feb 4, 2014 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

3700 WORDS Word webbed over the altiplano, carried one village to the next by the wandering gene merchants: a pilgrim was coming. A pilgrim was coming! Maria felt she might burst her membrane from excitement. She wove through and around the women, who bent scouring the chapel steps with...

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