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Cultural Appropriation Is Not a Thing

I have long been fascinated with other cultures, open to other traditions, and drawn to the beauty of other cultures’ art and expression. It seems to me that learning about other cultures is our best hope for creating a society that is open, tolerant, and inclusive. 764 more words

K.D. Keenan

Cientifico! : Various - "Ciencia Ficcion Bruguera"

During the 70s, Spanish publishing giant Bruguera put out some 40 volumes in the “Ciencia Ficcion Bruguera” collection. The stories are, for the most part, translated reprints of the novelets in what was then known as “The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction,” now more colloquially known as “F & SF.” The quality of the stories varies, as is typical of this type of grab-bag, but in the three volumes I’ve read so far, plenty of room is made for all-time greats like Isaac Asimov, Ursula K. 9 more words

Fantasy/ Sci-Fi

Handle With Care

The thought frightened him. He would no longer be alone, as there would now be an extension of himself roaming about. Just like an egg, his seed would need to be handled with care. 18 more words

Creative Writing

The radical

What it’s about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist.

He hit her across the face, cutting her lip and leaving sullen red marks on her cheek.

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Trisquel Linux: 100% Free Software

Μπορεί κατά καιρούς να συγκρίνουμε διανομές και εκδόσεις ώστε να δούμε ποια από αυτές είναι πιο κοντά στο ΕΛ/ΛΑΚ, είτε για το ποια είναι η πλησιέστερη στη φιλοσοφία του FSF (Free Software Foundation). 114 more words


Ferocious Consumer

He ferociously consumed every crumb of food on his plate. There was always something on his plate. He had a family to provide for and protect. 21 more words

Creative Writing

Frank Meets Dad: A Lie in 793 Words


I wrote the following short-short story some time in the 90’s. I was managing a high tech public relations firm. Being a bunch of creative types, we had a writer’s club we called “The Jackhammer Society.” Once a week or so, we’d meet at lunch and share our fiction or poetry. 876 more words

K.D. Keenan