Stories from
January, 2020

One day we will wake up and take a breath and wonder how many nanobots we’ve just inhaled and if they’ll be cozy in there.

Shane Olivieri wrote this on a Wednesday.


Edward Cody Huddleston is a lot of things but mostly a haiku poet.

Our shapes all fall apart, the world just a distorted mess of cubes that wish to be spheres but can’t quite stand the pressure.

Clara Schwan is working on her literary revolution.

As he looked at the test tube he saw not only saliva but answers to all of the questions which had vexed him since childhood.

Lauren Pathak is a writer and comedienne. She also makes an awesome cheesecake.