Tag Archives: Dystopian Future

Resourcefulness

Life had been difficult since the Pytharga invaded. Humanity held on, proving more resourceful than the alien Snails expected. “I hate it when it rains,” said Georgi. “Perfect weather for the Snails.” “I know,” said Nadya, gazing out rain-streaked kitchen … Continue reading

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A Memory Rejected

Evan was starting to regret bringing Julian to the museum. The boy just couldn’t relate. He pointed to a display of plants, “Julian, look! That’s grass.” Julian squinted. “Is that an herb?” “No! It used to grow everywhere. People used … Continue reading

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The Explanation

It had been 400 years since most of humanity left Earth. The air was breathable once more and the tourist trade on humanity’s former home rose. Joann took her daughter Darcy around to visit the old ruins. They stood before … Continue reading

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