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The Book of the Unnamed Midwife

The Book of the Unnamed Midwife (Road to Nowhere), by Meg Elison

Once in awhile you find a book that makes you happy to live in the time and place that can generate the writer. 419 more words

Three Graves on Io

Three Graves on Io” from Volume 1, Issue 3 of Empyreome Magazine – click the title or the image of Io below to read the piece. 

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The Factory World by Joseph Edward Ryan

The Factory World is very similar to Stephen King’s Dark Tower series, Tad Williams’ Otherland series, or the screen adaptation of Mutant Chronicles. With dark and gritty tones, vivid and unsettling imagery, a mixture of science fiction, fantasy and horror elements and a milieu-based story structure, … 614 more words

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Mansfield With Monsters by K. Mansfield with Matt & Debbie Cowens

Mansfield with Monsters is a post-modernist interpretation of classic Victorian literature, introducing gothic and supernatural elements to pre-existing stories. This transformative subgenre has become increasingly popular since the early 2000’s withnumerous best selling books and film adaptations proving hits in theaters. 254 more words

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Joshua Scully, Chicxulub Redux

Joshua Scully is an American History teacher from Pennsylvania. He writes primarily speculative fiction. His work has appeared in several online and print magazines and can be found @jojascully.  2,225 more words

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Lunar Anachronism - by Joshua Scully

“A team made the discovery about the same time the accident occurred,” Bengoetxea explained. “I was notified, but I didn’t report because of the confusion.” 1,200 more words

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