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Review: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman

The Forever War

Note:  This is a guest review by Michael. The Forever War is an entertaining novel with an interesting mix of science fiction, war and social issues.  In this classic science fiction novel, which won the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards, …

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1 by Alex Ichim

1 by Alex Ichim

Note: This vignette is a continuation from City Red. Collector AIs 4K9QEKDQ and B9Y5YBHV exited the mundanity of the elevator, forced to adhere to the same loose physical laws of Möbius City as clients.  After all, who would want to …

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Drop Mech Glider by Al Brady

Fortinbras’ mechglider burst through the cloud deck, its leading edges still glowing from the heat of atmospheric re-entry and its shock wave leaving behind an ever expanding hole through which faint blue sky could be seen.  He was just off Hamlet’s …

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Subway Scene by Ivan Khomenko

Subway Scene by Ivan Khomenko

One man’s freedom fighter is another man’s pain in the ass.  And right now my ass is killing me.  These neo-hippie-faux-agenda-terrorist wannabes don’t know how good they’ve got it.  Three squares a day, shelter from the fallout, a warm gun. …

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Hounds by Jiwon Pang

Hounds by Jiwon Pang

Prisoners of war can be a tricky thing.  Sometimes you’ve got your docile, broken, ready to piss their pants types . . . if they wear pants.  Other times you’ve got your defiant, screw you, you can’t touch me, antiquated …

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