Archive for August, 2018

Samantha Pardo3 months ago
Boy on Fire
She sits meditating in center of the garden, hummingbirds flit across the flowers and the warm earthy smell envelopes her. She stands, eyes shut, and pauses, listening closely to the natural surroundi...
Ryan Ferguson3 months ago
A History of Violence
When life first arose on this planet, resources were in abundance and all life was able to consume what they needed for survival and reproduction without having to compete with another organism for it...
Jessie Wing3 months ago
Deeds Done in the Dark
While journeying between quests, a strange man shows up. The sky rumbles ominously as the man produces a letter. Even in the growing darkness, they can see the swirled calligraphy and wax seal. It sta...
Mitchell Depriest3 months ago
'Upgrade'
Upgrade was so under the radar that I missed it completely when it came to theaters in my city. I waited for weeks after I saw the first trailer on YouTube and was super excited by the action and the ...
Jason Nikolaidis3 months ago
Gathering of Mendicants
That does me good, yes that does me good”, Father Ignatius exhaled while Father Francis, the mission’s medical robot applied the local anaesthetic and tended to his badly lacerated shin. “I feel like ...
James E. 3 months ago
Mandela Effect Theories
The Mandela Effect is evidence that you may have experienced events from a different reality. I highly recommend checkout out this website to read up on many occurrences and see if you can relate to a...
Wil Turner3 months ago
A Tale of Two Hoods: Chapter 3
Rona didn’t need long to take stock of the new arrivals. Only three of them managed to stumble through the gates once they opened, but they at least had the sense to enter as soon as the sun rose. Get...
Paul Levinson3 months ago
Review of 'Manifest' Sneak Peak 9-and-1/2 Minutes
Having flown back a few days ago from The Mars Society Convention in Pasadena, and time-travel being my all-time favorite genre, how could I resist watching the nine-and-a-half minute sneak preview of...
Christine Graves4 months ago
The Children of Earth and Sky
A thousand generations before the time of the great flood, a race of travelers from the stars found a new home on a small planet at the edge of their galaxy. They called themselves the Nepa Alma and t...
Charlotte Williams3 months ago
Dark Facts About the Greek Gods
The Ancient Greeks reinvented the world through philosophy, architecture, literature and so much more. Lovers of learning and the founders of a mighty empire, the Greeks knew no bounds. They dedicated...
Iria Vasquez-Paez3 months ago
Can All the Problems on This Planet Be Fixed?
We live on a planet with many problems including right-wing extremist patterns of thought. This is by far, the biggest problem we have on our hands, the rise of yet another fascist ideology. Now, ask ...
Lady Sunday3 months ago
Uranus in Taurus
God of the Sky, Uranus The seventh rock from our sun is Uranus. It was first discovered in 1781 by astronomer William Herschel, with the aid of his telescope. Believing it to be a comet or meteor, Her...
Samantha Pardo4 months ago
Boy on Fire (Chapter 3)
Ikarus stands outside her door for what seems like an eternity, he had dreamed of staying with her, holding her close as she slept and only releasing her when she asked. He strides down the hall, his ...
Hattie Murdock4 months ago
Incineration
Lena sighed as she prepped the incineration chamber, her janitor’s uniform hot in the stuffy room. This was the fourth dead baby this week, but it, she, had been different. She’d lived three days, ins...
Andrea Dawson4 months ago
3 Types of Sciences to Make a Career Out Of
When you are selecting an education and a type of career to go into, you might consider a science career. If you have a knack for the sciences, there are many different career paths that you can follo...