Tag Archives: Cryogenics
An essay by Elise Tanner, as provided by Deborah Walker Art by Luke Spooner My sister came to my mother’s funeral. She stood at the gates, watching my uncles carrying the coffin from the flower-lined hearse. She was a pale ghost, standing … Continue reading
A log by cryotechnician Coadyl Rassin. Here, transcribed by Dennis Staples Art by Justine McGreevy My shift begins an hour after I wake up, whatever time that is. I don’t really know. I haven’t gotten used to reading the ship’s … Continue reading
As a helpful reminder, those wishing to read the gripping conclusion to “Dr. Derosa’s Resurrection” can find it in our Summer 2013 collection! Click here for Part IV!
By R.G. Summers Art by Dawn Vogel Click here for Part III. On the day that I was to break my father out of prison, I woke up to the sound of sirens in the streets below. I stumbled out … Continue reading
By R.G. Summers Art by Dawn Vogel Click here for Part II. After my phone call with Mr. Charlie, I went directly to the salon down the street. He had told me that he would send a plane immediately and … Continue reading