The Resurrection, by Carl Johnson

What do I wantEscape from this chaotic environment for the inherent inconvenience, the consequent struggle through which bores and repels me. Would that I could upload my mental profile into some cyberspace medium, that my biographical self, the consciousness of which, might be recreated in the process of some future AI entity’s scrolling of past events … Continue reading The Resurrection, by Carl Johnson

Turning to Stone, by Bill Suboski

Turning to Stone, by Bill Suboski Call them the Medusans. A billion years ago they ruled the galaxy, end to end and completely. Many artifacts, such as planetary outposts and derelict spaceships, are still being discovered, but the Medusans themselves are gone. Nothing remains but ruins, and in very rare cases, barely functioning and enigmatic … Continue reading Turning to Stone, by Bill Suboski