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Transfemation by John Baldwin

Transfemation by John Baldwin “What if we could just become someone else? The same me, but with a drastically different persona?” Shawna asked this, not really expecting an answer from Terrence. They were very...

Patti’s Story by Julian Grant

Editor’s Note: You can read a previous story from author Julian Grant featuring the character Ned Miller titled ‘Miller’s Junction’ by clicking here. The following story titled ‘Patti’s Story’ has another adventure of Ned....

Miller’s Junction by Julian Grant

Miller’s Junction by Julian Grant Ned Miller hated how the room still stank of her death. He’d forever think of the lavender air freshener she insisted he spray every hour to cut back on...

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...

Munday Morning by Frederick Foote

Munday Morning by Frederick Foote At 6:30 in the morning, it’s already ninety degrees in San Juan, California. This Central Valley town’s facing its thirteenth consecutive one hundred plus degree day. I’m exhausted after...

The Woman Who Had Many Names by Muhammad Nasrullah Khan

The Woman Who Had Many Names by Muhammad Nasrullah Khan “Deleir Khan has bought a new mare and a Bengali woman.” This news murmured through the square where villagers gathered to wag their tongues....

The Laughter of the Clown by Mark SaFranko

The Laughter of the Clown by Mark SaFranko The moment Garrett Bernson pushed through the turnstile and went for the vacant bench, he saw her. A tall blonde of around thirty, she was standing...

Lensnel by Douglas J. Ogurek

Lensnel by Douglas J. Ogurek I amaze myself. A young woman in a lavender dress—an ersatz Myron Peakes design undoubtedly—dances close to me. She’s drawn many eyes, but I’ve drawn more. I could make...

Year of the Money Lender By Callum McSorley

Year of the Money Lender By Callum McSorley Feng watched the rain from the window. It tinkled on the bells of the shrines and temples and ran off the eaves of curved rooftops in...