Tooth and Talon by Alex Hernandez

Oya recklessly swung at number one and missed her completely. They were ridiculously quick, and she wished she’d been better trained in hand-to-hand combat. She honestly didn’t know what the hell she was doing.

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Yesterday’s Savior by Keith Bliss

By the year 2075 most of the western world has converted to the religion of the Church of the Second Coming. From its humble beginnings, as the figure of Christ began to appear all around the globe, the Church has grown to achieve absolute world power. But rumors surround the Church of the Second Coming, and hint, like so many regimes before it, of deeply held secrets and the use of brutal power to quiet ‘those who oppose.’

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The Link Boy by Michael Martineck

Our post-government future has no laws, but plenty of right and wrong.

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The Honorable Eddy
by Kirsten Weiss

“There’s a lot I’ll do for my country—face hostile Indians, battle sinister occultists and mechanical contraptions, even lay down my life. But the Honorable Eduardo Alberto Del Castillo Cabeza de Vaca had me about beat. ”

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Wild Card by Dover Whitecliff

Lady Kenna Wolfesdaughter, the Superspy with the Clockwork Eye, steps out on the town to find the one person who can decipher the riddle of the Wild Card before chaos reigns.

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A Taste of Empty by Dorian Graves

An essay by Jonah Greenwich, as provided by Dorian Graves
Originally published in Mad Scientist Journal: Winter 2015

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We Shall Make Monsters
by Mark Patrick Lynch

First Published in Nature Medical Experimentation, 2237, as part of the “Clones In Exploitation” season, later broadcast on the BBC Wireless Services as part of the Christmas Lectures Series in the Public Understanding of Sciences/Social History promotion.

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by Mark Patrick Lynch

First Published in Nature Medical Experimentation, 2237, as part of the “Clones In Exploitation” season, later broadcast on the BBC Wireless Services as part of the Christmas Lectures Series in the Public Understanding of Sciences/Social History promotion.

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To Dr. Von Lupe,
Concerning the Radium
by Alanna McFall

Squid can be finicky when it comes to food, and when you make them hyper-intelligent, they become craftier about expressing their frustrations.

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