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Pre-conception screening hadn’t turned up anything, so the Kieslowski-Millers spent their entire discretionary health stipend on a Headstart Elan package for Harriet-to-be. Most parents of healthy children did. Continue reading
Fictive Dream: Disease
I had invited the personification of Disease to meet with me in my castle, which was partly in the physical realm and partly in a sort of dataspace. When she arrived, she looked like a woman in a robe of ragged lace, with long, tangled hair and solid white eyes.
Mrs. Antioch’s Shadow
Mrs. Antioch had never read Jung or any of his disciples, and remained quite innocent of any knowledge of the Shadow.
This was inspired by Cory Doctorow’s “I, Robot” and “I, Rowboat” and originally appeared online as part of International Pixel-Stained TechnoPeasant Day. I, Roe-Bot by Sharon Mock The salmon are spawning again.
Of course you don’t remember Jeremy, my dear; you weren’t born yet, so you didn’t get any of him,
I used to be like you. Scraping by from paycheck to paycheck. Harrassed by debt-collectors.
Shining City – one
For the first time in fifteen years I looked up from my road to see the sky. Presumably every possible