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How Did They Get You?

I try to turn my head -- the only part of my body that is merely restrained rather than actually strapped down tight -- to look my neighbor in the eye, but the juddering of the transporter in the outer atmosphere stops me. "How did they get you?" he repeats, shouting over the hollow thud of the craft surfing the mesosphere.

By |2019-12-29T23:22:25-05:00December 21st, 2019|Fiction, Issue #7, Stories|0 Comments

So It Fermented, in Bitter Florals with a Lasting Spiced Finish

Ask any schoolchild who the first victim of the Besynian Revolution was and they'll say Cube Atticus. Because that's what the history books tell us; that's what Cube Atticus' grave marker says: First to Fall for Freedom. And it's true in the sense that all sophistry is true. As with all stories, it depends on who's doing the telling.

By |2019-12-29T23:26:34-05:00December 21st, 2019|Fiction, Issue #7, Stories|0 Comments