By: Breanna Leslie.
By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV Covid-19 in southern West Virginia West Virginia was the last state to report a case of the sweeping Coronavirus. Many locals haven’t taken the threat seriously and still aren’t, with many elderly continuing to shop at … Continue reading locals haven’t taken the threat seriously
By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV [Rockford Twins, Doug & Bill: Declared missing December 7, 1966] “Doug, hand me that sparkplug right there.” I point to the new plug sitting on a greasy metal tray on the other side of the Chevy. … Continue reading As correct as he may be, it doesn’t help
Sunset Over Aldra By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV “Listen, we should just go. They’re clearly occupied, she’s passing out, no one will even know,” says James in a low whisper. “You heard her. They’re trying to pin a murder on us. … Continue reading “You in or not?” asks Mizar.
[Betty Williams: Declared missing November 12, 1966] By: Breanna Leslie. Point Pleasant, WV “Jay, we should not be out here. My dad is going to kill me if he finds out.” “And how’s he going to find out? No one comes out … Continue reading it’s probably dangerous to even be near
They Left a Trail of Cyan By: Breanna Leslie. The next morning it’s abundantly clear that Vera is the muscle but definitely not the brains of the bandits’ operation. “Babe, I know you think we can trust Vera, but look. Are … Continue reading “You don’t know us. I wouldn’t trust us either. I’m Zya by the way.
A Colorful New Crew By: Breanna Leslie. A day of hot travel through the desert leaves Aidan and James parched and exhausted, but as the caravan pulls into the village of Aquila, nestled quietly in the mountain range, they are greeted … Continue reading “Move over earth jerk!” The towering woman slides in
Into the Golden Sands By: Breanna Leslie. James takes the lead, barrelling down the congested street. He stretches one arm backward, clinging to Aidan’s hand, terrified he will fall behind and lose him to the blood-thirsty crew. They dodge market carts … Continue reading but he thought James to be the bravest person that ever lived.
Green with Envy and Destruction By: Breanna Leslie. “What do you mean you haven’t seen him?” asks Aidan, frustration clouding over his sunny disposition. “Well, why should I know where he is? What the Hell has your panties in a … Continue reading Green with Envy and Destruction
Más allá del Covid-19 Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel Bogota, Colombia El mundo está afrontando una de las mayores pandemias a las que se ha podido enfrentar la humanidad. Sin embargo, si nos ponemos a pensar, nos damos cuenta que a pesar … Continue reading nuestras acciones son trascendentales en este paso
Futuros Inciertos: Parte III Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel Bogota, Colombia Era un hecho, los robots habían logrado encontrar la forma de atravesar la atmósfera de Ecove. Sus armamentos de última generación y sus rápidos avances, ayudaron a descifrar como traspasar lo … Continue reading Mi señor Xerox, no hay rastro de vida en este lugar.
Futuros Inciertos II Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel Bogota, Colombia Ecove era una extensa región tropical montañosa, rica en recursos naturales, con una vegetación densa y habitada tanto por seres humanos de todas las razas, como animales que por poco caen en … Continue reading se unían para ayudarse entre sí
Futuros Inciertos Por: Andrius La Rotta Esquivel Bogota, Colombia No podemos perder más tiempo. Tenemos que irnos de aquí lo antes posible. Jake, ¡Vamos! Era el año 2200, una época extraña, en donde la tierra había pasado por muchas transformaciones, el … Continue reading El único refugio viable para el ser humano se encuentra en la tercera región
Friends at Colossus Massive By: Delaney Gillespie As its name implied, the Central Forum was in the exact center of The Colossus station. From the outside, it looked like an orb suspended in midair, and pieced together with triangular shards of … Continue reading “Right, you’ve never seen a forest.”
Friends at Colossus Massive By: Delaney Gillespie Solaria returned to Novalight, crestfallen. She didn’t need a mouth to express her sadness. It filled her eyes, weighed down her shoulders, and slowed every step she took. “What happened?” Nerice rushed to … Continue reading “I’ll go to the Central Forum,” Castra volunteered.
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 5 Solaria blinked in surprise. Now, more than ever, she wished she had a mouth. So badly did she want to vocalize her delight with the scene before her. She wanted to shout and cheer and … Continue reading “Happy Valentine’s Day!” Nerice cried.
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 4 Castra felt inspired after looking through Nerice’s research on the human custom of Valentine’s Day. Apparently, the origin of the holiday had little to do with how it was celebrated amongst the humans. The human’s … Continue reading The inaccurate design was cute, according to Nerice.
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 3 Lorrik wasn’t surprised to hear the sounds of pursuit. It was likely Nerice. Solaria moved far more quietly, and Castra knew him well enough to leave him alone when he was irritated. Nerice was pushier. Usually, he loved her for it, but right now, he wasn’t in the mood. “What was that all about?” Sure enough, it was Nerice’s voice that entered the room half a moment before she did. “What was what?” … Continue reading You know Solaria is incapable of lying
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 2 Nerice dragged Solaria across the communal level of the Colossus. They passed more alien species than they could count, with the odd human floating about here and there. Most of the aliens needed special masks to breathe, due to the synthetic environment programed for this level of the space station. The communal level of the Colossus was the largest by far. Its environment was regulated to the standards the majority of alien life could survive within. However, it was only a slight majority. For those who could not freely roam the communal level without a … Continue reading The communal level of the Colossus was the largest by far
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie “I have learned of the most interesting custom!” Solaria lifted her head to look at her excitable companion. She stretched out one of her antennae, the golden bulb at the end flashing pale blue to indicate curiosity. She gently touched the bulb of her antenna to the top of Nerice’s vibrant purple hand. What have you learned? Solaria, of the Talmantri people, possessed no physical mouth. The entire species communicated telepathically through touch. When Solaria announced to … Continue reading she wanted to move to The Colossus – a massive space station
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