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The Mound
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A journey to the centre of an ever-scaling landscape, by Nicolas Badot ..read more
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The Problem Child
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How many great minds has humankind lost to the lure of comfortable middle-class life? By Richard Lau ..read more
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The Cleft
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A journey back into the realms of speculative prehistoric fiction, by Javier Fernández, translated from Spanish by Álvaro Piñero González ..read more
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Stereopolis
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On the perils of inhabiting urban space with more than three dimensions, from Gheorghe Săsărman's cycle of imaginary cities, translated from Romanian ..read more
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The Map And The Territory
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The former can alter our perception of the latter, and perhaps much more than that, by Isa Robertson ..read more
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To Catch The Light Off Other Stars
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A cosmic tug-of-war between free will and original sin, by A. J. Rocca ..read more
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The Power Of The Stone
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It was there when you read this story, by David K. Henrickson ..read more
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Incredulity
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Finding a suitable apprentice ain't easy in a world grown cynical, by James C. Clar ..read more
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Nothing Could Be Something: A Parable of Sorts
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Material(ist) visitations to haut any mathematician's slumber, by Robert L. Jones III ..read more
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