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For a Breath I Tarry by Roger Zelazny

This is a guest post by Rick Buchan.

The Nature Of Man. Since the days of Pinocchio, inanimate devices seem mesmerized by Man and obsessed with trying to discover the answer to what it is and what it means to be human.

This quirky yet wonderful novelette, written by Roger Zelazny in 1966, illustrates the frustratingly perplex struggle to correlate genius with folly, strength with frailty, and all the promise and pratfalls of what it means to be Man! (*) Read More

The Land Ironclads by H. G. Wells

This is a guest post by Slava Heretz

"The Land Ironclads" is a 1903 science fiction short story by H. G. Wells. It is an eerily prophetic story about a war correspondent and a soldier in a fictitious battle between “townsmen” and “countrymen”. What’s the catch? While one side has the brawn, the other may have the brains to turn the tide of the war forever. Read More

Jam Don’t Shake by Nicholas J. Carter

[Editor’s Note:] Happy Thursday! Here is some more author-provided information that I thought I would pass on to you – this time from author Nicholas J. Carter. While this story sounds intriguing please keep in mind that I haven’t read it. If you end up reading it please let us know what you thought.

I’m excited to share the news about my latest release, Jam Don’t Shake, a surprising and humorous dystopian novelette. Read More