I’m Still Here by A. T. Greenblatt. As I stare down the barrel of my grandfather’s old rifle, I wonder if I’ve ever had any luck at all. The damn thing wasn’t even supposed to work anymore, but the gaping
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Limited Artificial Intelligence by Ann Dulhanty. The car made a throat-clearing noise and said, “An emergency management meeting has been called for 9 am tomorrow morning. Your attendance is mandatory.”
“Why?” Jerome said.
“I have not been sent the agenda.”
Jerome slammed his
Fugue for Forgetfulness By Ronald D. Ferguson. The first injection is easy, a hodgepodge cocktail to soften my genes, to make my DNA pliable for the nano incursion. The needle stings, and the IV marches the tiny engineers into my
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