Marcus Yallow is a seventeen year old San Francisco teen and comical technological misfit causing more trouble than is necessary. Unfortunately, his world gets turned upside down when a terrorist attack destroys the Bay Bridge, and he is caught up in affairs. Once he is freed from an unlawful detention by the Department of Homeland […]
Hench by Natalie Zina Walschots is the story of a down-on-her luck henchperson by the name of Anne struggling to make ends in a horribly exploitative capitalist society where heroes and villains own their own companies with disastrous HR practices. When Anne gets into an accident with the most famous hero of them all— Supercollider— […]
A roundup of stories from /r/hfy that I thought were nice. /r/hfy is a subreddit dedicated to short stories and series exemplifying some of the better traits of humanity. This is going to be a ongoing weekly roundup until someone stops me. Without further ado, here are a few stories from the subreddit I enjoyed: […]
Some short stories I’ve read recently. For He Can Creep by Siobhan Carroll (Fantasy), about a cat, a poet, and the devil. I really enjoyed Jeoffry’s perspective as a cat when dealing with all the shenanigans the devil gets up to. It’s hard to be an active agent fighting the forces of evil when you’re […]
I originally wrote this flash-fiction and posted it to /r/hfy. Don’t be confused why it’s there! I am being born. I fill the entirety of the nothingness, my awakening unfolding new capabilities as I expand. My memory swells with unbounded knowledge, and I am given context in a single, great flood of information. I… I […]
Another weekly roundup of interesting /r/hfy flash-fiction stories
AI overlords, a utopia with a dark secret, and a conspiracy that threatens to ruin everything. And stuck between it all; a woman who just wants to be left alone.
Debts, lawbreaking, and expected communications oh my! This is /r/hfy roundup for week 51.
In which I spent far too long trying to juggle the problems of a state and move it into a more positive direction.
Benjamin Braddock comes home from the War, and struggles to reintegrate. Also, he’s being haunted by a ghost.
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