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We’re All Super Here by Michaele Jordan

We’re All Super Here by Michaele Jordan. She pulled Mom’s lavender sweater out of the drawer, then swayed, fell back onto the edge of the windowsill, and started to cry. It wasn’t the sweater, of course. The sweater was

Waterless by Rose Blackthorn

Waterless by Rose Blackthorn. First of all, welcome to the Preserve. Here are your room keys and a map of our little settlement. You can see there’s an all-night café right next door, and we have an

Heroic Relics by Catherine H. Shaffer

Heroic Relics by Catherine H. Shaffer. Sabrina had not always planned on becoming a veterinarian. At one time, she wanted to be a spy. A veterinarian-spy. Well, technically, a veterinarian-spy-astronaut-princess, which became her father’s nickname for her. She hadn’t

The Clean War by Shelly Li and Ken Liu

The Clean War by Shelly Li and Ken Liu. “AMI, have you found any nearby friendly structures that are still operational?” Sarah Bennett whispered. She swallowed hard, trying to hold down the mounting panic that threatened to jump out of

Threads of Pearl, Writhing by Gwendolyn Clare

Threads of Pearl, Writhing by Gwendolyn Clare. They tell you it won’t hurt—that part is the lie. It does. But afterward, you won’t feel any pain at all. Ever again. They believe the lie because they can’t remember what “hurt” means.