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Archive for March, 2011

March 2011

Friday, March 11th, 2011

New Phantasma…

And, the Bride Wore Ashes  by Cate Gardner

Maud found the snow globe on the floor of the hotel foyer. Ash cascaded over the bride and groom glued within. It appeared someone had just shaken the globe and yet, as far as Maud could see the foyer was empty.… Keep reading...

And, the Bride Wore Ashes

Friday, March 11th, 2011

by Cate Gardner

Maud found the snow globe on the floor of the hotel foyer. Ash cascaded over the bride and groom glued within. It appeared someone had just shaken the globe and yet, as far as Maud could see the foyer was empty.… Keep reading...

The Thirteenth Stranger

Friday, March 11th, 2011

by Kristine Ong Muslim

 

The stray angel.

 

He hides his wings under

the darkest of cloaks.

He will not show them

even to his disciples.

 

He conjures storms, creates

gamma rays from plastic spoons,

magnetic blocks from wood,

and a perpetual motion machine–

 

a pretty little thing, not even supposed

to exist in four dimensions.… Keep reading...

How We Left The Desert

Friday, March 11th, 2011

by R.J. Astruc

As we walked back to the main road, Brendan kept saying, ‘We’ve travelled back in time,’ and the longer we walked, the more we started to believe him. The distant skyscrapers of the city had vanished that morning—there was no explosion, no dust, nothing that would explain, if not the why, then the how.… Keep reading...

Kaleidoscopic Vision

Friday, March 11th, 2011

by Abha Iyengar

Mithuna wanted to see the world with a thousand eyes. He wanted to see what others saw, the way they saw the world. He wanted to have different views of the same thing and of different things. He wanted this so much that he walked and walked and walked till he reached the highest mountain peak of the Himalayas.… Keep reading...

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