And then I was fading, ears ringing and body broken by shrapnel that jingle-jangled in my pocket, before I failed Christiane.Read More →

For a split second, I couldn’t tell if it was a person pounding at the door or the wind, but then I heard a young voice scream, “HELP! HELP ME!”Read More →

I sat down digitally with Spencer Campbell of Gila RPGs to talk about his new tabletop roleplaying game FRAME, currently gearing up for a Kickstarter campaign later this month. I wanted to learn where the game’s concept came from and how Spencer drew upon the sci fi genre to build a speculative fiction narrative within the medium of a roleplaying game.Read More →

When I opened my eyes a little wider and tilted my head just so—to see, really see—I noticed the fairies dancing between the floorboards of my bedroom.Read More →

My helmet melted away, revealing what should have been a skull, but instead showcased thousands of minuscule cables, flicking lights and tiny gears, latched to my brain and wiring me into the armor’s motor functions. It had become a part of my body.Read More →

Tesca watched as Braygin was enveloped in a blue orb, then winked out of existence along with a little section of tunnel floor he’d been standing on.Read More →

Calypso had heard the stories how Jackson Hammond hanged himself from the rafters inside the barn, his eyes pecked by crows. A year after, his wife hanged herself.Read More →