The Stories

By: Breanna Leslie.

“Just don’t get yourself taken. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself for sending you out here.”

Deloris Hatfield [Body recovered January 27, 1967] By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV  “You got the money, redneck?” “I still don’t feel right about paying a girl to do this,” says Jimmy. “Shut up,  you wanted someone smart. And you won’t find … Continue reading “Just don’t get yourself taken. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself for sending you out here.”

There aren’t many choices with so many bounties circulating. Half the crew is wanted here and Captain is wanted there

An Invisible Enemy By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV      “Another fell today. It just crumbled into dust and chunks of steel before it fell through to that planet’s atmosphere. Of course, whatever was left was a fireball by the time it … Continue reading There aren’t many choices with so many bounties circulating. Half the crew is wanted here and Captain is wanted there

An Escape Glows Red

An Escape Glows Red By: Breanna Leslie. Night after night James and Aidan watch space dust and debris pass by the Deliverance through the thick glass of the tiny cabin window in James’ quarters. Hard labor by day and the … Continue reading An Escape Glows Red

Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel

La luz de su moto, la única que lograba abrir camino, mientras que los ladridos de los perros anunciaban la presencia de un desconocido.

Viajes inesperados Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel Bogota, Colombia  Era una noche fría y desconocida, se apreciaba una leve neblina que poco a poco dejaba ver las desoladas calles. Era medianoche y después de un extenuante viaje de aproximadamente ocho horas en … Continue reading La luz de su moto, la única que lograba abrir camino, mientras que los ladridos de los perros anunciaban la presencia de un desconocido.

By: Delaney Gillespie

Startled, the guard looked up. He looked like he was about to chew her out when he noticed her lack of mouth. “Oh,” he mumbled. “Right.”

Friends at Colossus Massive By: Delaney Gillespie Solaria stood at the gate of Tryden’s residential quadrant. With her hands clasped together against her chest, she approached the security checkpoint.               Because so many species resided on … Continue reading Startled, the guard looked up. He looked like he was about to chew her out when he noticed her lack of mouth. “Oh,” he mumbled. “Right.”

By Tyler Fahey

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