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Stories 2017

Welcome to the Future!

By Stuart Sherman Everyone you know is dead. All of their children and their children’s children are also dead. All the people you thought were famous have b...

Phage Match

By Mitchell Toews Static...squelch...more tuning... "Welcome thrombosis, cirrhosis and seizure fans from across the country and in our ships at sea! Tonig...

Her Shadow’s Bones

By Kaitlin Tremblay Elizabeth didn’t know what she was doing, just that she couldn’t keep doing what she was now. She had had enough of this life—her life, l...

A Gun for Chekhov

By Wyatt McRae “It's called an Obrez.” The garage is blistering.  I'd ask to open a window, but then I recall just what I stepped in from when he asked me...

The Last Ragamok

By Steve Thornton I’m not crazy, but the Voices try to make me that way. I’ll be having a conversation with myself and they’ll cluster around my head like a ...

Sick to Death of Stories

By P.D. Walter The black leather biker jacket had been a gift from his ex-wife, Josephine. She gave it to Jake right before she left him. At 16, their daugh...

Morse Code for Romantics

By Anne Baldo We were dressed to match the décor, pink peonies floating in glass bowls of water and gold glitter. So our dresses were gold, too, with tulle s...

FATAL ERROR

By Paddy Scott 404: The page you are looking for, Chatbroad, cannot be found. If you believe you are receiving this message in error there are several possib...

The Illuminated Throat

By Rob Onofrey Now that he only had his left arm, the lab coat felt strange on Dr. Martin Voltala. The right sleeve hung empty beside him as he leaned on a w...