A Futuristic Tale
J. L. Navarro
Dr. David Cervantes was all alone in the world in the year 2549. He was 283 years old.
Close Encounters of the Enraged
On Madison and Ashland the light turned red. Behind his beat up old Volvo he could see a large car edging up to the rear bumper.
He was with Robin and hating the world for yet another fucked up day.
Keep The Change
The Gifted Autistics Institution of America, a.k.a. GAIA, was part asylum, part training facility, and part research lab. But most
of all, it was a corporate investment.
Let My People Go
According to Legend, Moses was the adopted son of an Egyptian princess. More likely, he was just an ambitious shepherd. Or
perhaps, he was an insurance investigator, like Alex Dorian.
He loved the beautiful Karen but he dared not speak to her. When he found out she wanted him too, it was too late. Or was it too
Those who place security before freedom deserve neither.
The Chocolate Conspiracy
The alien was determined to save our race from annihilation. Perhaps it was because he saw some hidden worth; perhaps it was
because he valued all sentient life; perhaps it was his high ideals. Or perhaps it was simply because he liked Martha Jeffries'
The Eye of Time
If you take that path up the hill, you came to a set of stairs cut into the rock. Just below the arch there's a little ledge.
When an Indian boy was on the verge of becoming a man, he would sleep on the ledge during a night when the moon was full. He would
have visions. Sometimes of his future, sometimes of his past. The visions would guide his life, or save it.