The 6th of May

July 11, 2017 / 0 comments

The Sixth of May By Kelly D. Tolman Diera felt the impact an instant before she heard the shot. Though she did not immediately understand the significance of the sound, the fiery pain in her arm told her all she needed to know. Without thinking she sprang into the shadows of the towering pines. After…

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Greg Cum Ira

February 7, 2015 / 0 comments

Greg Cum Ira – A Science Fiction Story By Kelly D. Tolman The great advantage of being a scientist is that you see the world for what it is, as it is, and you maintain no bias one way or the other about how it is. The great advantage of believing in something is that…

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The Night Charlie Passed

January 31, 2015 / 0 comments

The Night Charlie Passed – A Short Short By Kelly D. Tolman Waiting for Spring is a long time since chrome flew and landed in the blue on the other side of purple.  The light on the wump cousins differed from the needle-sticker lamps more than Los Angeles differs from Chicago.  Since the pills, though,…

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