Jetse de Vries is a technical specialist for a propulsion company and travels the world for this, albeit it less frequently nowadays because of the time that co-editing Interzone and his writing is taking up. Other publications include Nemonymous, TEL : Stories, the Journal of Pulse-Pounding Narratives, and DeathGrip: Exit Laughing, which makes him a sort of late-labelled, experimental pulpster with a wicked sense of humour, drenched in stylistic excess. And all he really wants to do is write SF…


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Qubit Conflicts

FICTION by Jetse De Vries in Issue 8 – May 2007

Prelude: order out of chaos big bang, inflation, evolution, extinction contraction, big crunch Calling all systems: “Alien, come home!” Forgive us, imaginary stranger, for talking to the void. We need to tell our epic of remorse, ennui, triumph, despair, wild times, and hope. Most of all, we need you. In our Matrioshka Brain, carefully absorbing […]
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