Stories by
Sean Vivier

Atlas planted the seed of a world tree. He could bear the burden if he knew there would be an end to it.

Sean Vivier shrugged.

We thought the disaster spelled the end for the country. But it turned out too many people wanted there to be such a thing as America.

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The agent knew the only way to survive this. He made his way to the nearest superheroes, and he made sure they knew his name.

Sean Vivier teaches for a living.

Goblins aren’t people, but creatures bred for evil.  So you can’t blame us for killing their men, nor what we then did with their women.

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But lo, the Lord then formed a greater curse: the financial ruin of the firstborn.

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Until one day, Tantalus reached his hand and took fruit from the tree.  No need to yearn.  It should not have made him feel so empty.

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The wolf feinted twice. When nobody believed the boy’s third cry of alarm, he attacked in earnest.

Sean Vivier makes his money from writing and teaching whenever he can.

The Time Traveler released the plague on Cro-Magnon Man. See if the Neanderthals could do any better.

Sean Vivier is a teacher and writer from central Connecticut.

Isaac had barely spoken to him since. Abraham began to wonder if he had failed the Lord’s test after all.

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It’s strange. Ever since the whole of humanity fled to the suburbs, the giant monsters have yet to attack us.

Sean Vivier calls this one “Suburban Flight.”