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In support of my new robot fiction piece, “Humanesque,” available on Amazon for the bank-breaking price of .99 cents, I figure I’ll treat my readers to a section of a section of one of my other robot short stories called “The … Continue reading
When we last left our hero, the elderly, ocassionally-senile secret agent Edgar Plome (ret.), he was busy preparing his home for the arrival of a death squad tasked with his extermination. Let’s see how said Death Squad fares against his wacky … Continue reading
3D Printer Fiction: Inch By Inch (Part 5) The whiteness and the blue popping things, which he knew, even in his emergency defcon 5 starvation state, were only a result of high starve-factor mixed with hotness, got worse and worse … Continue reading
Inch By Inch (Part 4) As he crawled he saw little blue popping stars and everything seemed too white. It made him think of the scenes in movies when dudes die and go to heaven and try to talk God … Continue reading
Flash Fiction: “How the Sai Island Seahorses Happened” The ninjas knew to neutralize the horses. They crabbed and they crawled. They flipped and they flopped. They were like a sloppy twisty blur of fat, tri-toed ninja shoes bouncing in the … Continue reading
Things were going poorly. Very poorly. Damn old man brain! Old man hands! Why was this taking so long? Agent Edgar Plome (ret.) was busy with fishing line, making it so the shotgun fired when somebody came in through the … Continue reading
The agency had a special alert system that could tell via sub cranial brain-chip when any of the retired agents were about to start going senile. And then of course Headquarters would send in a squad of fresh young agents … Continue reading
Dr. Putnam wondered, If she was really a witch how could she have died? Or how could she have stayed dead? Or, even more-so, how could she still be staying dead even as we speak? Just from a little water in her … Continue reading
Futuresmell (Farmyard part 2) Past the distant treeline Malamute saw the cranes swinging big tubes of metal. But his pedestrian eyes were only good for initial, vague impressions. It was his snout that would tell him what he wanted to … Continue reading