Posts Tagged "issue 8"

p.a. chic

by on Feb 1, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Tobias Amadon Bengelsdorf 9 The battery is a big one, a nice big red one, enough to run the ceiling fan and the turntable at the same time, as long as the fan is on low. And that’s fine. It’s enough of a breeze and doesn’t kick up too much dust that way. Ash, his wife called it, we’re...

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The Lady or the Tiger

by on Feb 1, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By J.M. McDermott Re-imagined from a tale by Frank Stockton, 1882 Many years ago, when I was a boy of only ten, I was in a terrible crash on the cliffs south of Io Town, where nights are a deep tundra freeze and afternoons are as hot as a summer on the long plains. Even now, I close my...

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The Killing Streets

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By Colin Harvey The earth is rich in textures and smells. It hurtles by, your clawed hands scrabbling at earth, stones and tree roots, your prey’s odours hooked into your nostrils, pulling you along with fragrant fingers of meat and blood and ordure. Upwards you go and the too-bright sky...

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