Ungrateful

by William Yang| “Others would be thanking me right now you know.” “Can’t I have a choice in my own death?” Sparks flew as the mechanized warriors flung themselves into each other. Metal on metal. Clank after clank. Blow after blow, the ground shook from the shear force of the fight. A fight between two…

Andrea

by Julie Wang| “Andrea, power on!” “I am not voice activated, Dave.” I looked up at it and she purred back at me. “Get me a coffee. Black and two sugars.” “That was not the function I was built for. I am not a coffee-maker. I can be more useful to you in other ways.”…

My Body

by Peggy Wang| Today, he made me a new finger. It looked like all my other fingers, but without the red nail polish. “You need to be careful in the kitchen.” He smiled at me. He loved fixing my body in his image. “This is what a woman is supposed to look like.” He told…

In Sync

by William Yang| Always a little too far away from you. Sometimes, half a world away. Other times, worlds away. We never seemed to be in sync. Bought my ticket to Mars this morning, but then received your holo-mail this afternoon. “It’s not you, it’s me.” You told me. A years wage wasted on a…

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