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  • Mayhem

    by Michael Molisani
    Apocalypse is only a temporary setback. After the Collapse, chaos swept the world. Cities burned and flesh was sacrificed on an altar of wholesale rage. Out of that bloody and ashen swamp rose new powers. City states and nations adapted to a world where magic is real, ghosts whisper, and ancient gods lust. This is a salacious world, infested with malignity and apotheosis. The Bruja's adopted daughter lives on. Lady Mayhem, nightmare mirror of the Antecedency. As Mayhem prepares to retire, ... more
  • The Place Inside the Storm

    by bradley w. wright
    It’s 2038. Tara Rivers is fourteen years old, socially awkward, and a bit rebellious. Her family has recently moved to Los Angeles from the Pacific Northwest ‘rogue’ clusters. Tara feels alone and confused. She doesn’t have any friends here, except her cat, Xel, a sophisticated robot with artificial intelligence. She knows she should try to make friends but the social rules other kids seem to understand without thinking don’t come to her as easily. Without warning, the corporation where Tara’s p... more
  • Dead Last: Volume 1

    by Marc Quaranta
    The story begins inside a TV station outside of Indianapolis. A group of people has made shelter inside as an airborne virus is killing over half of the world's population. While the station is running on a backup generator, they don't have food or any supplies to survive. They must go out into the air, survive whatever it is that is out there, and keep themselves alive long enough to make a new plan. However, when they discover there is a survivor's station downtown, they try to get there, but ... more
  • The Paths of Destiny: A Parker Chronicles Novel (The Parker Chronicles Book 1)

    by Claude Perry

    In a timeline different from our own, Robert Bixby Parker, a former member of the United Nations Organization's Peacekeepers, is a detective for the Miami-Dade Police and bestselling author of paranormal detective novels. He has been recalled from civilian life to join the investigative division of the UNO known as Security, Peace, and Justice. Co-Authored with Ann Franchi, The Paths of Destiny chronicles Parker's journey within the SPJ, as detailed in his journal entries. Within thes... more

  • Unfit Magazine Vol. 2

    by Daniel Scott White
    Featuring Ken Liu, Cat Rambo, Yoon Ha Lee, M. Yzmore, David R. Grigg, Michael Merriam, J.B. Toner, Tim Major, Eric Del Carlo. Edited by Daniel Scott White. Consider the possibilities of alternative timelines-such as those found in steampunk and cyberpunk-as a storytelling device. Can these timelines be made to seem as real as our own? In Vol. 2 of Unfit, we take a closer look at the realms of cyberpunk and steampunk. -Ken Liu expertly stretches time and dimensions in “Altogether Elsewhere... more
  • Unfit Magazine Vol. 1

    by Daniel Scott White
    Featuring: David Brin, Robert Silverberg, Jerry Oltion, David R. Grigg, LJ Cohen, Emily Devenport, Eric Del Carlo, Joe Taylor, and Bruce Golden. Edited by Daniel Scott White. This magazine is about fiction that isn’t fit for ‘them’. What do I mean by ‘them’? Who in particular are ‘they’? They are the government. They are your parents. They are your teachers. They are everywhere. -In David Brin’s fantastic story “The River of Time” scientists are coping with co-existing streams of time as s... more
  • Into the Book Box: The Pirate Abduction

    by Michael Boyajian
    Ten year old Gregory peers into a Free Library book box and is swept away into the the greatest adventure of his life in the fashion of Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Dax Zander, Sea Patrol: The Hand in the Moon

    by Noah Knox Marshall

    Frequently diving headlong into adventure, 13 year-old Dax Zander is the loving, scientifically-curious middle son of a brilliant physicist and decorated captain in the US Navy. In 2077, the entire family is stationed in an undersea base, 90km north of Oahu. When a delegation of gentle, aquatic aliens arrive on Earth, begging humanity's help against an invading threat to their homeworld, Dax finds himself an unlikely but critical influence in the course of events that could save... more

  • After/Effects

    by Kelsey Clifton
    When Mia Islington joined Charlie Team, she expected danger. Even in the volatile world of the Dogs, rift-hopping isn’t for the faint of heart; there’s always the risk that when you cross over, you might not cross back. She also expected to find herself in some undignified situations. Trussed up like a spider’s dinner, covered in Horlanan slime, being chased by a beaver the size of a bear – nothing is too extreme for a Watchdog. But what Mia didn’t expect was that knowledge – of the future... more
  • Breaking Destiny

    by Mitty Walters

    Of death and taxes, only one remains certain.

    A quiet businessman—known by most as Joe Kettleman—narrowly survives an attempt on his life. While recovering from surgery to remove a bullet, imaging reveals a lethal tumor. Unwilling to spend his final days under chemical bombardment, he returns to a remote cabin in New Mexico to die in peace. 

    But when death takes its time and Joe outlives his supplies, he’s forced to take a perilous... more

  • Curse of the Sea

    by Joni Parker
    A NATO training exercise goes terribly wrong when five warships are mysteriously transported to Eledon, the Realm of the Elves. The warrior Lady Alexin is charged to escort the troops back home to London in the year 2031 with the aid of the Wizard Ecstasy and a magical shrinking potion. Yet, when authorities question her story, she'd detained and imprisoned under suspicion of terrorism. Caught in a web of politics, betrayal, and bungling bureaucracy, her magical abilities are pushed to the limit... more
  • The Dark Rider

    by Shannon Kelley
  • Last Stop on the Z Train

    by Jason Storbakken
    LAST STOP ON THE Z TRAIN spans genres: space opera, tragedy, magical realism, comedy... and it all exists in one world, the New York City Metropolitan Authority! Twenty-three stories, 23 subway lines. And, like the MTA, all the stories are interconnected. It is a world very much like ours, yet altogether different. Enter New York City's subway system like never before and encounter mystical creatures, cosmic adventures, and a variety of social realities.
  • Time Out

    by D. A. (Dorothy) Featherling
    One moment of carelessness - a woman is catapulted into the future to a time and place she never chose. Ruth Blackwell must adapt to life in a millennial society totally foreign to all she's ever known. In her own time, research scientist Derek Ainsley frantically tries to bring her back before the plug is pulled on his time travel experiment. Will he succeed...or be forced to leave her stranded in time forever?
  • My Spy: The Fourth Token

    by D. A. (Dorothy) Featherling
    Spies to the left...spies to the right Spies to the north...spies to the south Spies everywhere...or so it seems. The Willoughby twins are only supposed to make a quick trip to the Civil War to help Marcus with a school project. Separated as they travel through time, they land in different Southern cities. When each of them encounters a spy on opposing sides of the conflict, they must either aid, or outwit, two determined females. Can the twins manage to overcome the dangers of war an... more
  • Between Darkness and Light

    by Crystal Katcher
    In a world full of good and evil, right and wrong, the powerful and the weak, comes a tale of a struggle as old as time itself. Full of high adventure, love, and intrigue, it will be sure to grip you and never let go. For he past 2 years their world has changed for the worse. However, nobody knew what darkness was about to come upon them. The order of Malaki was betrayed and the Dark King, Ze’ev was set free upon the world once more. As darkness spread, with it came dragons spewing death and fir... more

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