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At Your Edge

You’re here alone. There’s nothing you can see. And nothing you can hear.

You start walking with no direction. Nothing can guide you.

It’s like walking with your eyes closed. 125 more words

Short Story

The Tangled Lands, Paola Bagicalupi, Tobias S Buckell - Readalong

Hello Humans! I’ll admit, I was feeling a little defeated after my last readalong, I was heading dramatically slumpwards with no real feeling for what I wanted to read next. 725 more words

Short story: Under the shade in the rainy evening in Bharatpur

The sun had set in Bharatpur that evening but it wasn’t dark at the market road. The workers of the Jan Raksha Party (JRP) were burning effigies of a leader from the ruling Lok Seva Party (LSP) after he allegedly made a derogatory remark against their leader. 671 more words

Spirituality

Beats Logic.

“if it cannot be logically explained it is illogic” is probably what we wrote when Mary Kutty gave us our “write the opposite children” English test. 901 more words

Short Story

Zombies!

My latest story has been published in Corrugated Sky‘s anthology Cold as Death, a collection of four not-too-gruesome zombie stories. We got the editing and formatting of the book done and had our printed copies in hand just in time for… 184 more words

Writing

Helyes

Elég, elég, elég

mint parázs az éjben

vörös kis semmiség

Semmi,semmi,semmi

mint pókháló az égben

repül, helyét keresi

Keress, Keress, Keress

mint nagyi a képen… 13 more words

Short Story

The Rainbow Tree

Long ago there was a village in the deepest heart of a forest. Villagers lived in wooden homes shaped like cubes rising from the earth to the inner sanctum of the treetops. 2,074 more words

Writing