Posts Tagged "Reprint"

What to Do When It’s Nothing but Static

by on Apr 24, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 1 comment

What to Do When It’s Nothing but Static

SHORT FICTION: Don’t stop until the world clicks back into position. Sky above, earth below. Flesh threaded along calcium. Nerves and sinew, thews and thighs, the gravity of viscera and old scars, six decades’ worth.

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Three Petitions to the Queen of Hell

by on Mar 22, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

Three Petitions to the Queen of Hell

SHORT FICTION (Reprint): Marla and Zufi, the reigning queens of Hell, were eight years into a meaningless spat, living more as roommates than lovers, and as a consequence, Marla was irritable and Zufi was bored.

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Ghost Marriage

by on Feb 20, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

Ghost Marriage

Featured reprint: “Ghost Marriage” by P. Djeli Clark!

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The Yellow Dressing Gown

by on Dec 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

By Sarah Monette Of all the curators at the Samuel Mather Parrington Museum, I liked Michael Overton the least. He was a loud, bustling, back-slapping man, red-faced and brash and quite, quite stupid. There was, I believe, no particular malice in him, but there was no particular good,...

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The Secret Protocols of the Elders of Zion

by on Aug 2, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Lavie Tidhar It was afternoon, after school had ended for the day. Sash had been working in the hydroponics gardens, helping the adults with the delicate work of picking the buds. It was flowering time, and the ganja plants were at the end of their cycle. It was then, with her hands...

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