Short Fiction

Short Fiction
Lavie Tidhar

Schlafstunde

A group of robotniks sat in the lot. A fire burned in an open drum between them. They sat with their backs to stacks of

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Short Fiction
Jaym Gates

As the Sun Dies

But our peace betrayed us, blinded us to the slow winding of the spindle, and when we saw it, it was too late. The end

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Short Fiction
Eugen Bacon

Simbiyu and the Nameless

The river is changing. You know this without knowing how, or why. Tatu doesn’t notice. She’s poking in the mud, digging for crabs. A black

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