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K. C. Norton

  I wish I could say, one day I went to bed and everything was normal, and when I woke up it was different. Like this. The air here is thin, the earth lifeless; even the clouds are dead. Everything is grey, starlight and sunlight and moonlight and my skin…

Short Story | 3,700 words

Utopia with a Handle

Marcelina Vizcarra

  Peddling is hard. Murray has to trundle the umbrellas past the altar, trying to ignore the stench of half-burnt flesh, without breaking his cartwheels in the cracked earth. He must shove away the urchins, dirtier than usual because the drought’s on, while staging his area…

Flash Fiction | 600 words

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