science fiction

The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.

Myriah Martin3 months ago
A Soul's Journey
My master, he, he was a very lonely man, if I’m being honest with you. It’s not easy being so smart and it certainly doesn’t gain you a theater full of friends. He was a leading robotics scientist, th...
Sean Stewart3 months ago
By Standing a War
8, January 2057 Back in for the spring semester! I wonder what this class is going to be like. I assume this journal stuff is going to be a part of it since she wants us to “get in the habit of free w...
Charlene Ellison3 months ago
Suzi and Kuri
#KuriStory Suzie is not an ordinary kid. She is way ahead of her time and she loves the Jetsons. She goes to sleep at night with so much adventure of what the future holds. During her journey, she vis...
One Man's Trash...
Amid the bustle of the market, the flurry of skirts and legs and tails, was trash. It littered the streets, and like cholesterol in a humanoid's artery, sometimes it blocked off entire alleyways, dump...
r. nuñez3 months ago
The Day of the Upheaval
I was there when it happened. The colony at the crossing of Mills Road and 12 Dwellings has had its share of flooding and predations, but I had never seen anything so catastrophic as the upheaval. I w...
Ben Kharakh3 months ago
Kuri Origin Story
The singularity is superfluous because the necessarily social nature of the human condition is such that the self is as much a part of others as the finger is a part of the hand. And if that hand is h...
Ryan Epps3 months ago
Starborn: A Kuri Origin Story
A draft wafts through the open Build Room window, shivering the dusty curtain and slightly revealing half of a medium-sized piece of machinery hidden in the dimly lit corners of the room. Near and wit...
Paul Curtis3 months ago
Our Kuri
#HeyKuri It was a warm spring Saturday morning when it happened. Mom and Dad were home from work, and I was glad not to be in school. The backyard was muddy and steam would roll along the blades of gr...
Daniel M3 months ago
Many Light-Years From Home
#HeyKuri “Listen — Kuri,” Antonio-3K held their head in one of his gleaming metal claws, “you need to hide for a bit.” I had been the most popular actor in the galaxy for a long time, and my fans were...
Brutalist Stories3 months ago
Brutalist Stories #52
Another day in the dark. Another day stranded in the night. Here for who knows how long now, supplies running low, our power almost completely gone, there’s nothing or no one left, at least it would s...
Kelsey Lange3 months ago
Kuri's Purpose
Kuri glides across his room, peering out the window that overlooks the overbearing scene of red Mars. He sighs, looking down at his chest, hoping to see the warm light exuding from his heart light, bu...
Outrun Stories3 months ago
Outrun Stories #52
“We’re here to investigate just what the hell you did over the last few months, the shit-storm of trouble you caused for everyone and if we’re going to take your badge from you.” “Here, fucking take i...
tay marie3 months ago
Little Wonder
Neda's blonde curls were bouncing behind her, a thousand miniature springs all set into action at once. She had a bounce to her walk, like any moment her next step would launch her into space and some...
Brutalist Stories3 months ago
Brutalist Stories #51
She rolled over to me and said, ‘Where does trust come from?” I just stared back at her, looking into those deep blue eyes, the weak morning sun coming through the blinds, highlighting the dust in the...
Outrun Stories3 months ago
Outrun Stories #51
“A kind smile,” I say as I light another cigarette. “What do you mean, Cutty?” the interviewer asks, padding the sweat on his brow away with a dirty piece of cloth.
Ellie Brookes3 months ago
The Origin of Kuri the Helpful Robot
You know Kuri as an at home robot that can help you with trivial things around the house. But what you don't know is that Kuri comes from an undiscovered planet. The planet is called Kuricon in the al...
Paul Levinson3 months ago
Thank You Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking was an inspiration to numerous people, so it's no surprise his work has had a pivotal impact on my own life and work. The dream of most fiction writers — I'd assume, having not taken a...
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Navin Mahtani3 months ago
Billy and Kuri
“Dad!” yelled Billy. “Yeah Billy, I'm coming,” I replied, as I stumbled out of bed, quietly, trying not to wake my wife. I entered Billy’s room, and he was laying in bed, with his hands over his stoma...