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From Space and Time #132: “Walter Could be Anywhere”

The US Postal Service would not be in the trouble they are if there were a few more mailmen like Walter from “Walter Could be Anywhere” by Andrew MacRae in issue #132 of Space and Time. The story is set in a … Continue reading

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From the Office-Under-the-Stairs

There has been a flurry of activity from my office under the stairs as I prepare for a new year of publishing. Most of the activity has been setting up a re-launch for Space and Time magazine. Dusting off social media, … Continue reading

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From Space & Time #132: Not Yet Woken

Just finished reading “The Ones Who Have Not Yet Woken” by Rahul Kanakia in issue #132 of Space and Time. First off, big kudos to Kanakia for the clever title. The meaning of it seems straightforward until the end. The … Continue reading

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