Fiction

Flicker.

“Busy!” Favro yelped as he pushed passed Wills. Given the standard size of offices at the assembly this was more of a dismissive notion than an actual attempt to get anywhere. Favro, it seemed, was up to his neck in glass tablet reports. There was an out of commission sonatime machine in the corner, one … Continue reading

Fiction

Wills is waiting.

Wills had seen enough. There had definitely been a spike of some kind and now a whole host of people presenting in clinic with depression. There hadn’t been depression like this since, his eyes monitored a trail of data points, the division. ¬†Not since salaried work was abolished and replaced with the ¬†pursuit of passion. … Continue reading

Fiction

The Second Dream

The dreams had startled those few that had them. It was strange, a queer, queasy feeling, having something in that headspace long reserved for the bliss of dark. A sort of off-ness that you wouldn’t really trouble anyone with. That changed when the second dream came. “I was holding my child. I knew that it … Continue reading