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August 2016 ISSUE

The Engines Imperial

Our fourth podcast for August is “The Engines Imperial” written by Sean Bensinger and read by Kate Baker.

 
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August 2016 ISSUE

Now is the Hour

Our third podcast for August is “Now is the Hour” written by Emily Devenport and read by Kate Baker.

 
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August 2016 ISSUE

Teenagers from Outer Space

Our second podcast for August is “Teenagers from Outer Space” written by Dale Bailey and read by Kate Baker.

 
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August 2016 ISSUE

First Light at Mistaken Point

Our first podcast for August is “First Light at Mistaken Point” written by Kali Wallace and read by Kate Baker.

 
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August 2016 ISSUE

First Light at Mistaken Point

A low mist clung to the river and laced through the trees, thinning as dawn washed the forest from gray to gold to green. The road dipped into a hollow, lifted again into sunlight. Charlie was reaching for her sunglasses when her phone rang. She started, fumbled through her purse, but by the time she [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

Now is the Hour

We never had good luck with money, except for that one time. And that didn’t end well, so you could say we had no good luck with it at all. But we had plenty of hope. Or I did, anyway, and I was good at talking other people into having it.
“Don’t be ashamed of having [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

Teenagers from Outer Space

The first aliens arrived in Milledgeville, Ohio, when I was still in diapers. By the time I’d graduated into the frilly, pink dresses my mother put me in for elementary school, you saw them around occasionally, strolling down Main Street or picnicking by the bandshell in the park. They’d bought into a rundown neighborhood in [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

Reclamation

The stars change. One cycle they are fine and dense, and she sifts them between her fingers like sand. One cycle they are fireflies, and she’s back on Earth, sipping a beer and sweating poetry in the Mojave, where she’s from. One cycle they are open mouths crying the future in unison. Space is all [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

The Engines Imperial

I blink, and the stars change.
Another blink and light-years and centuries pass, and I reorient the bulk of my body for the next leg of the journey. Banks of thrusters kilometers long glow in the darkness of intersystem space, while the armored plate of my hide twists with the inertia of the directional change. The [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

Alone, on the Wind

I am the first wingbeat; I started the stones rolling. But now I need help. We can’t keep cowering here like hens on their nests. We have to act, and soon, because my memories have started sinking into now and we; I need to share them before they stop meaning anything at all. But you [...]