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I’m Back by Frederick K. Foote

I’m Back by Frederick K. Foote I’m back. I’m back in Mississippi again, and the hair’s rising on the nape of my neck and forearms. There’s a cold chill running down my spine as...

Between Worlds by James Rumpel

Between Worlds by James Rumpel “Watch this,” announced Eli Braun as he placed three pieces of silverware on his empty dinner plate. He waited until he had the full attention of the elderly man...

A Perfect Match by Frederick K. Foote

A Perfect Match by Frederick K. Foote The sister’s not my type at all. She is too light to fight, too thin to win, and too white to be right. She has bone-colored skin,...

The Exemption List by Dylan James Harper

The Exemption List by Dylan James Harper The dusty calm of the desert trading town was interrupt by the sounds of a single horse galloping down the main thoroughfare, and its rider’s loud, carrying...

Titillating Physics 101 by Gary Ives

Titillating Physics 101 by Gary Ives In 1959 15-year old Jerry Hill did not like church.  Sunday school was tolerable only because of Lee Anne Hellman’s tits and Allen Vankamp’s cigarettes in the churchyard. ...

Tomorrow by Alice Lam

Tomorrow by Alice Lam 2060 It began as an ordinary morning as Mirai made and ate eggs on wholemeal toast, washed down with a large cup of coffee. Usually she would spend half an...

Diamond by Martin Grise

Diamond by Martin Grise You believe that shit, buddy? That story about raids out on the frontier. Buncha crap. Well, it was better than watchin’ the game on the other screen. Transluminal hasn’t had...

Another New Beginning by Gary Ives

Another New Beginning by Gary Ives Louis Delfin It would an understatement to say that Louis Delfin was raised under unusual family circumstances.  A transvestite father, an alcoholic Southern Belle mother, each hiding secret lives near...

All Answers Must Include Correct Units by James Rumpel

All Answers Must Include Correct Units by James Rumpel June 21st, 2025 9:36 AM Eastern Daylight Savings Time Approximately seventy-five percent of the Earth’s population heard the message live. Every radio, television, and internet-connected...