Short stories with The Sociological Review
The latest from Fiction @ The Sociological Review: a wall of feathers and fur, a rescheduled apocalypse, a mask that won’t come loose, and a day of working from home…
“Once the novelty of being dead wore off, she realised that, while she could now fly, staying still was much more difficult.”
“If you’re unsure if you have doubts, does this count as doubt? This question had begun a sloppy navigation of Raw’s mind in the days before apocalypse, never quite reaching its destination.”
“Feeling as if this is her last hope for escape, she drops her head and pushes through the door. Before she can ring the bell for service, a voice pricks her ears.”
“I wonder who designed the laptop, the one that accompanies me everywhere, making any place a working place… How long will it take to design a device with legs, one that comes to look for me when I feel its absence?”
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