Posts Tagged "issue 67"

Severance (Excerpt)

by on Feb 16, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Synopsis: After 240 years traveling toward Tau Prius and a new planet to colonize, the inhabitants of the generation ship Argos are bored and aimless. They join groups such as the Markers and the Breeders, have costumed orgies, and test the limits of drugs, alcohol, and pain just to pass...

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Fandom: Not Just Funny Business

by on Dec 2, 2014 in Nonfiction | 1 comment

3850 WORDS As I supervised the towering pile of tentacle hentai, my boss started cursing behind me. “Dammit, dammit! Sell it all, sell it all! They’re going out of business.” While I had always known a company somewhere made the products I helped sell, that was the moment I realized that...

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Interview with Artist Nello Shep

by on Dec 2, 2014 in Interviews | 0 comments

1000 WORDS Nello Shep is a digital painter, whose work centers around surrealistic scifiscapes, and dreamlike depictions of outer space and the universe. Shep recently started working as an environmental concept artist on several indie games, and has spent the last few years studying...

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Sympathy for the Devil: A Duet in Two Solos

by on Dec 2, 2014 in Poetry | 0 comments

573 WORDS When the Devil’s in Nashville he stops by Third and Union, late, after the bars close, where someone always offers half a beer at the feet of Chet Atkins. The Devil tends to leave them for the dudes who didn’t make it to the Mission tonight, but sometimes he clambers up on the...

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Night-time Visitor

by on Dec 2, 2014 in Poetry | 0 comments

28 WORDS In the dark she sings, She holds my hand tight in hers: Limbs tender, voice soft. Clouds part, the moon shines upon Green skin, one too many arms. More from Melanie Rees: Sentience is watching a sunset Melanie Rees is an environmental consultant whose work involves playing with...

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