Monthly Archives: September 2012

For October — T. Lee Harris

Messing With Mother Nature The battered skimmer shot through a gap in the trees. Devlyn Frost gripped the controls and aimed for the treeless horizon. “Are the Gaeans still back there?” RSS 104 squirmed for a better view. A volley … Continue reading

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For October Jim Hilton

·         Ghost Story ·         including the element Climate Change ·         with a theme/motif/conflict of On The Run. ·         Include the words pumpkin, grimace, and flittered. Evil Plan     So I’m re-reading the invitation to the Halloween costume party, and I … Continue reading

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For September — T. Lee Harris

Pinnacle’s Finest by T. Lee Harris Kingsborough was not a beautiful place — that was Prometheus Plaza, of the verdant public spaces and marble-domed municipal buildings or Commerce Square, of the gleaming glass and steel towers. Kingsborough was the everyday … Continue reading

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For September – Marian Allen

How To Succeed Without Really Trying by Marian Allen I was never much of a bowler, so I usually had the low score, which means I usually paid for the team’s between-games beer. I had gotten pretty good at carrying … Continue reading

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For September: Kat French

"Wild Blue Yonder" Nell kicked herself hard, trying not to let the smell of fresh baked bread distract her. Getting distracted meant getting nabbed by the coppers, and she couldn’t afford that. Not today. She scuffed her faded black boots … Continue reading

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