What happens when a singer, a priest, and a poet visit an AI at the end of the world and its life? Cody T Luff delivers a poignant SF short that asks what remains after love, and life, dissolve away.
Cody delivers a private apocalypse between two lovers falling apart at the during the end of the world. There may not be a happily ever after (most certainly not in a Cody story) but at least there is understanding.
In this near-future dystopian SF short, Andrew explores the toxic intersection of love, poverty, and corporate lock-in. What if the only person that remembered your life and loves was an android that required daily 'pills' to survive? What would you give up to keep your memories alive?
For this Saint's Day in honor of love, Cody T Luff delivers a poignant SF tale of an unspoken connection that persists beyond death. Words can only get in the way, and besides, if you have a neural implant you don't need them.
No matter how dystopian the future, every revolutionary needs a double-shot now and again. At least, until duty calls.
What if you could transfer your consciousness into a fresh new body? Paperwork and family entanglements, however, are more certain than death. In this Science Fiction short, even cutting edge technology cannot cut through those twin ties that bind.
Don thought his age of unexpected body changes long past, but in this Science Fiction short with a tinge of Body Horror, when infectious body parts meets intellectual property lawsuits, he learns otherwise.
My Work Will Change The World
In this Science Fiction Horror piece, Frank wants nothing more but to pursue his research with a bit more lab space and better light. Maybe an assistant or two. But can his ideals survive contact with Silicon Valley venture capitalists?