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3966x pt.3

3966x pt.3

Fiction by Ryan W. Morgan | Jay *Boss* Dawson is not a hero. Broke and beaten down, he half-works a shitty government job while drowning himself in whiskey and chasing tail to pass the time. But when a fully-loaded Mexican cartel cargo drone crashes in the backyard of his little blue rental home, everything changes

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3966x pt.2

3966x pt.2

Fiction by Ryan W. Morgan | Jay *Boss* Dawson is not a hero. Broke and beaten down, he half-works a shitty government job while drowning himself in whiskey and chasing tail to pass the time. But when a fully-loaded Mexican cartel cargo drone crashes in the backyard of his little blue rental home, everything changes

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3966x Pt.1

3966x Pt.1

Fiction by Ryan W. Morgan | Jay *Boss* Dawson is not a hero. Broke and beaten down, he half-works a shitty government job while drowning himself in whiskey and chasing tail to pass the time. But when a fully-loaded Mexican cartel cargo drone crashes in the backyard of his little blue rental home, everything changes

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Give Me the Final Say

Give Me the Final Say

Fiction by Jack Norman | Bartholomew Grant was no longer able to sleep for very long. He called it a product of his old age and took it to mean that he should be up more in the mornings instead of laying for as long as he could in a kind of depression

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Meme

Meme

Book extract by Max Leathe | Meme is a darkly comical and deeply uncomfortable exploration of social media politics, racial identity, and America’s low-level civil war

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Spectator Sport

Spectator Sport

Fiction by Oren | I, Chris Dawson, live alone, ensnared by malevolent forces, harassed by petty authorities, my tenuous asylum maimed by the wounds of prejudice and perjury

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Hell Isn’t Other People—It’s You!

Hell Isn’t Other People—It’s You!

Book Extract by Simon Rowat | In the novel’s tense opening chapter, a family is torn apart by some particularly odd goings on in the night

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Slay Queen

Slay Queen

Fiction by Zero HP Lovecraft | He started calling himself Candace – Candy, actually – but it was short for Candace. Only on the internet, at first. In real life his name was Stuart

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Pools of Light

Pools of Light

Fiction by Stuart Ross | “Look at this light,” we say, as we walk the walled-in Vatican, and history agrees the pooling of light at the Vatican is rich, magnificent, just superb. We walk for hours among the priceless masterpieces, until we’re finally in the Sistine Chapel.

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The Final Day of the Conference

The Final Day of the Conference

Fiction by Elmore Collins | Idiot-speak, I think, looking around the room at the sea of fools who are lapping it up. Not one word of substance, only platitudes, meaningless drivel

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