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“Tidings of the Apocalypse” by Patrick Ryan

By Patrick Ryan | October 27, 2017

You try not to get caught up in the prophesies of this world because they all stem from the idea that one omniscient God has decided to destroy what he’s created, while the more interesting prophecies come from other worlds…

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“Cathedral” by Michael Sheehan

By Michael Sheehan | October 20, 2017

The pamphlet they got from La Fonda said the trail was only 3.5 miles long, but they’d been at it for almost four hours by the time they realized something was off. They had seen no cathedral and worse, the…

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“Isn’t It Big? Isn’t It Nice?” by Jonathan Durbin

By Jonathan Durbin | October 13, 2017

And suddenly then everyone was getting married. In October alone I had three weddings in the woods three weekends in a row. To each I wore the same nude heels but different backless dresses and elegant plum gloss that made…

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“A Slim Blade of Air” by Alice Elliott Dark

By Alice Elliott Dark | October 1, 2017

Kay, Kay, come closer. “No!” She glared at the canal bridge defiantly. If she did as it suggested, she’d die. A puff of smoke, a sizzle of flesh, a fried heart. Caput. Kay, Kay, it will be fine. She stifled…

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