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February 2015 ISSUE

The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill

Our third podcast for February is “The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill” written by Kelly Robson and read by Kate Baker.

 
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February 2015 ISSUE

Indelible

Our second podcast for February is “Indelible” written by Gwendolyn Clare and read by Kate Baker.

 
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February 2015 ISSUE

The Last Surviving Gondola Widow

I slipped in for the motion picture. Regalese had set up a private screening in a tiny little theater near 19th and Dearborn, on the other side of the street from Bed Bug Row. I felt itchy just being there, and not only because of the proximity to the vice clubs, but also because I [...]

February 2015 ISSUE

The Last Surviving Gondola Widow

Our first podcast for February is “The Last Surviving Gondola Widow” written by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and read by Kate Baker.

 
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This podcast was sponsored by the Clarion Writer’ Workshop.

February 2015 ISSUE

The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill

“I rise today on this September 11th, the one-year anniversary of the greatest tragedy on American soil in our history, with a heavy heart . . . ”
—Hon. Jim Turner
September 9, 2001
Jessica slumped against the inside of the truck door. The girl behind the wheel and the other one squished between them on the bench seat kept [...]

February 2015 ISSUE

Indelible

“You’re not Shurkar.”
With confusion or doubt, with a hint of disdain, dismissively, or amused. They say it with pity, with soft genuine concern for my mental health. Sometimes they sound deeply offended. Or they say nothing at all, and keep walking.
“Have you seen these marks before?” I say, lifting hair off the back of my [...]

February 2015 ISSUE

Meshed

In the dusked-down gym, Oxford Diallo is making holo after holo his ever-loving bitch, shredding through them with spins, shimmies, quicksilver crossovers. He’s a sinewy scarecrow, nearly seven foot already, but handles the ball so damn shifty you’d swear he has gecko implants done up in those supersized hands. Even with the Nike antioxygen mask [...]

February 2015 ISSUE

The Osteomancer's Son

The bus comes to a stop at Wilshire and Fairfax, just a few blocks from the La Brea Tar Pits. When the doors hiss open, the tar smell washes over me. Thick and ancient, it snakes through my sinuses and settles in the back of my brain like a ghost in the attic.
“Get off or [...]

February 2015 ISSUE

It Takes Two

It began, as these things often do, at a bar—a long dark piece of mahogany along one wall of Seattle’s Queen City Grill polished by age and more than a few chins. The music was winding down. Richard and Cody (whose real name was Candice, though no one she had met since high school knew [...]

January 2015 ISSUE

Laika's Ghost

Our ninth podcast for January is “Laika’s Ghost” written by Karl Schroeder and read by Alasdair Stuart.

 
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First published in Engineering Infinity, edited by Jonathan Strahan.
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