“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old,
but on building the new.”
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A poem about being queer, disabled, and neurodivergent. The dystopia pictured in books and movies is often reality for marginalized people.
Greta leads a discovery team to a planet circling a binary star system. Nothing is even close to the familiar earth standards and with her crew, she discovers exactly how different this world is.
A short story set in a dystopian future after the disbandment of the United States. This story follows a journalist named Shane as he attempts to write a compelling article for his newspaper’s anniversary issue for the global acceptance of one religion worldwide.
Six years ago, a young technician was horribly injured in the worst nuclear plant disaster since Chernobyl. She was presumed dead to all but a small team of governmental officials and doctors. Dr. Daniel Hunt had developed an experimental technique that was the only way to save Mikiko’s life. Six years later, she was reborn, not just as she had been before but as more. Mikiko Jahn became the world’s first synthetic woman.
Find out what happens next with Mikiko and Dr. Daniel Hunt inside a secure medical facility somewhere near Tokyo.
Join us for the exciting conclusion to Woman Under Repair coming next week.
The story concludes as Mikiko reflects on the decisions that led her to this point. Now she is faced with her greatest challenge; using her unique abilities to find and stop the world’s most notorious human trafficker. Mikiko’s life had been miraculously saved, but she would never be complete until she could save his victims.
Investigative journalist, Park Kyung-ja, writes about her experience in North Korea while depicting the country as the ideal utopian society. But is there more than meets the eye?
Something in the Air follows two men who have recently transitioned to a halfway house from the prison system. Idris and Ski have decided to attend college as a way of reentry but something is in the air, a pandemic of global proportions shuts down the city, and then the world.
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