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“Mimi…Mimi come here.” Klaus stood in the claustrophobic gloom of the abandoned room, under the flickering light of a damaged chandelier. The only bulb dimmed with each step he took. There was movement in the shadows. The light winked out. Something

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A view to a void

  She took modern human form long before humanity evolved into its current design on the planet. Now she waited far from her home in time and space for the culmination of her labors to be realized. She covertly influenced

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Somewhere near Void Space

*** The Homer, a Galaxy Class III, FTL Cruiser, was carrying a traveling theatrical ensemble of  the Sappho Guild: Words without Borders, on an eight-week voyage within the Milky Way Galaxy. The ensemble’s manager, Chester Dupont and  Emil Douser, the production liturgist, were accompanied by

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Acid Test

“It’s time to be on our way, Mick. There’s nothing more to be done.” “I’m not ready to leave just yet. Give me that pipe wrench, will ya Sammy?” “Sure, Mick, but….” Mick swung the big wrench at Sammy–meaning to

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Times Square

“Where is she going now, all dressed up like that?” “You mean, “when”, don’t you, Killer?” “Yeah, Punkmeister, she’s dressed for time.  She fixes everyone’s mistakes, right?  Like she never screwed up….” “Shut up you mealy sack of worms. She knows what

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Carpe Noctem

The village of Simenon was surrounded on three sides by the Carpathian Mountains. The quaint village was picturesque and quiet, the peace of the area being broken only by an occasional vampire’s attempted fun when feeding. And that was what

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The Devil’s in the Details

“Sir, is that your wife? Is that your wife, sir? Mr. Venable?” That’s me, Igor Venable. And the doll on the slab? That’s my wife, Chiki, or what’s left of her after the son-of-a-bitch harpooned her and dragged her dying

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