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award-winning and groundbreaking electronic quarterly of short science fiction
by emerging writers and illustrators. Our goal is to encourage authors and artists
and to just have fun.
There could be other, hidden aims, of course, motivations that are obscure and
instincts linked perhaps to primal, nonreasoning urges regarding power and procreation
the very same forces, no doubt, that brought down the Atlanteans
and their alabaster-towered oceanic empire.
And the Dark Gods laffed....
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