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Our speculative fiction genre encompasses any fiction with supernatural, fantastical, or futuristic elements, except that which fits specifically into our fantasy or science fiction genres. This CUT sub-genre contains a wide variety of interesting work which challenges everyday life, in which the reader is required to accept hypothetical situations, characters or events, as the writer speculates by changing what is real or possible.

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Gill James
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What do you do when you can't find a mutually convenient date? Wouldn't it be good if you could time travel just a little? Unless it got out of hand of course...
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Gill James
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You could smell them, the people who lived in the underpass. The stench hit you before you were even within 200 yards of them. There must be about fifty there now. More arrived every day.
Our Future Present
Daniel Touré
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Agent Reid and Agent Slade work for The Agency, an international organisation responsible for the security of the world's leading nations. The future is in their hands.
The Queen In Red: Welcome To My Truth
Liam A. L
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A Fan Fic based on The Red Queen from Lewis Carroll's 'Alice In Wonderland'; The Red Queen has forever had a reputation for being heartless, yet is that truly what she is? Does she not perhaps care for the people who have grown to loathe her?
That Danged Gizmo
E. Don Harpe
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“DEY’S A TIME TO MAKE a stand, and dey’s a time to make tracks,” my daddy used to say. I didn’t understand what he meant, ‘cause I’d never had to do either, but the fact is, I’m a right smart gal. I took one look at the yard filled with them danged gizmos and just about hit the road like a scalded cat ------------- This is a work of collaboration by Eugen Bacon and E. Don Harpe.
That Danged Gizmo
Eugen Bacon
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“DEY’S A TIME TO MAKE a stand, and dey’s a time to make tracks,” my daddy used to say. I didn’t understand what he meant, ‘cause I’d never had to do either, but the fact is, I’m a right smart gal. I took one look at the yard filled with them danged gizmos and just about hit the road like a scalded cat. --------------------- This is a work of collaboration by Eugen Bacon and E. Don Harpe.
Shanty Girl
Eugen Bacon
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Crippled? Fuck that. Her right foot drags like a dog’s leash. Her right hand has muscle to lift a metal crane. Ivy Freeman is a powerhouse to reckon with. As far as serial killers go.
Spirits of the Freeze-Sea
Suzanne Conboy-Hill
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When it’s our birthday, when the ice breaks and the spirits burst through, you have to dodge out of the way and cover your head so they don’t hiss sharp into your ears or quick-grab your tongue
Messages
Sean McSweeney
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What if the dead could apologise for leaving you?
Chocolate
Gill James
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A future without money ... in which chocolate can be significant.
Somebody for Everybody
Kathy Flann
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How he had knocked, Francine could not guess. But here he was. Or at least here was his head. Floating in the hallway outside her apartment, as if it had wafted over on the aroma of Mrs. Singh’s stir fry. Here was the sun-kissed face from his Match.com profile. The broad forehead and faintly hooked nose. Somehow, though, it had seemed like the head would be attached to an equally rugged, sun-kissed body. Had it been presumptuous to assume, at the very least, a torso?
 
 

   

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