In 20 minutes, the world as we know it will end. Sure you might have travelled by plane, train, and automobile BUT have you ever travelled by bottle? A cyborg and a human walk into a hospital waiting room... || science-fiction short story that runs about 330 words in length. A kind of sci-fi kind of fantasy story for the daily prompt, "Wind." About 100 words. OvEr UnDeR. Virtual Reality is not always rosy-er. || 175 words in length. An experimental piece! Art is by Ryan Saper. What is a circuit? Something that closes a hole. Or is it a whole? || Story about artificial intelligence with an unreliable narrator! 550 words in length.
Are you afraid or will you help? Why can't you be both? | science fiction piece for the daily prompt "television." Under 300 words in length. What will we lose in our quest to live forever? Robots, humans, tattoos, wishing you could kiss someone so hard that your face hurts. || Character driven science-fiction story running about 500 words in length. A retired soldier anxiously waits to meet the wife he picked from a long, detailed catalog. He fought in a war for her home planet, a place with endless resources but no army of its own. She is the pa... Maybe this is all a giant simulation. Maybe we are just bits of code in a supercomputer running millions of parallel universes that could vanish in an instant.
Source: http://shorteststory.com "Good luck" she quietly said. Too bad those would be the last words she spoke.
This is a short story in 2121, where the Arnost is held in Argo. The first ever girl is competing against the best... *Incoming communication. Press play to hear Aaron Russan's recording* A group of scientists create a time-traveling machine. The results are not as impressive as they might have expected. I wrote this piece after reading a prompt on Tumblr about women caring for their appearances even after a disaster strikes. This is an AU of my book Westwood. It shares the same main characters and is... A sort of follow-up on my previous poem thingy Glitter and Gold. Still sticking with that sci-fi theme. The Rogue tells the story of ancient Jedha, the Kyber trade, and the inception of the Hundred Years Darkness. The Lay of Merellde and Typho is a Romeo and Juliet tale that connects canon and legends. ... A conversation over tea...er, tea ceremony, that is! || Playful science-fiction vignette. About 340 words in length. Bradbury and I talked about The Library and literature when we were suddenly approached by armed figures, "Don't move!" One shouted. I panicked. Had Kenz betrayed me?