Another’s Eyes

I stride past the doorman. Find my seat. The AI Film Fest, biggest event of the century, filled every stadium worldwide. Murmuring, we navigate invisible NeuralNet login gateways. Then we're in. A hush falls. AI generated scenes fill every human's mind. Eyes closed, vision infinite. A collective gasp. The scope is immense, incomprehensible, story after... Continue Reading →

October 2021

Uplifting Diverse Creatives Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction vol. 2 edited by Tarun K. Saint and Manjula Padmanabhan. Released late in September 2021, this collection contains an array of short form fiction and poetry from various South Asian authors. Featuring pieces from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tibet, Bangladesh and the wider diaspora. I've... Continue Reading →

New Questions

Mud coated my exosuit boots as I moved toward the day's co-ordinates. My breath replaced the once-rhythmic wash of waves. "Water levels still decreasing, decided when you're returning?" "Another season won't hurt," I glanced at the data, deep activity readings implied microscopic life, "hate to lose ground." The receding waters left behind new questions previous... Continue Reading →

Dreamware Beta

Sweat made my clothes stick. I finally found him in the greenhouse. "Need help?" he said... unsure. I slogged through muddy thoughts; bath, dinner- produce still low; new fertiliser, new supplier? He waited, annoyed. "I'm fine," I said, words too stuck. I left. That night I dreamed of tangible thoughts, tendrils reaching, seeking connection. He... Continue Reading →

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