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The Nothing by Stephen Mark Rainey

The Nothing - From the Journal of Mike Pflug, Atlanta News. By Stephen Mark Rainey.
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No Alphabet Can Spell It by Emily C. Skaftun

No Alphabet Can Spell It by Emily C. Skaftun. Synopsis: The remaining three Fixie astronauts on their
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Down to the Waterline by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Down to the Waterline by Keith R. A. DeCandido. Down to the Waterline is an urban fantasy.
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The Hourglass Brigade By Alex Shvartsman

The Hourglass Brigade By Alex Shvartsman. This is a twist on the classic sci-fi tale of time
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Necrophone by David Price

Necrophone by David Price. What if an app could allow you to communicate with the dead while
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Good Hunting by Ken Liu

Good Hunting by Ken Liu is a steampunk fantasy tale of individual adaptability and resistance in a

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