Jail. It’s like Saturn. Educating the Locals Alicia Bruzzone For The Space Travel Die Award Come on kids, open the door to the friendly alien, I thought while panting anxiously on the front porch. Six galaxies from home; an entire […]
How many asholes we got on this ship, anyhow? -Dark Helmet, Spaceballs
First they colonise…
Thousands of years from now have we reached the end of civilisation or just the beginning?
The Harbourtown Star did an exposé on recent gangland killings and their effect on investors. Collateral Financial Damage From Gang Killings by Yuki Strong Recent gangland killings have wiped out many of the smaller players in Harbourtown’s criminal underground. Not much […]
I’m not from here, it’s true. I left my home town when I was nine. My father was a drunk. My mother, she was a real smart lady. She worked with brains. Neuro-Linguistics, that’s what they call it. But when […]
Keyes just wanted to finish her Reuben sandwich. Instead she’s off chasing low level drug pushers after the ultimate high.
There’s a trail, but it’s made of vomit and leads from the dead woman’s lips to the bathroom floor. Can Peak figure out who, and what, killed her?
I’ve been legally dead for twenty years.
Victoria makes friends with her alien, I hope it’s a long and prosperous friendship.
There’s been a lot of talk about this guy, Jonny Khan. A big shot from out of town making waves. Look’s like he’s fitting right in with the corporate types in the SHINE. Here’s some snippets from media outlets. Take […]
The crew are on their own. What are they going to do? Come on Ed, time to take change.
Pulled from the wreckage of the burnt out farming combine that was once your home, your body is wrecked and broken, but your mind remains strong. Impressed with your resilience, your captors make an offer that you can’t refuse, a new […]
Mikey’s posted this on his news blog, it’s the least biased article I could find about the whole Calgetti/android thing. Supreme Court Rules Android Kidnapper Innocent By Mikel Hobar Harbourtown resident Tony Calgetti was acquitted of all kidnapping charges today […]
Our intrepid crew make it to their future home, Courage Town, and make some new friends.
Look at all the space! Look at these beautiful grey vistas. Being on a planet sure is great!
So a space station AI walked into a bar and…
A father contemplates family and the existence of his soul during an interstellar space flight.
To be, or not to be? Are we engineers aboard a space age air balloon or just figments of ‘another’ imagination.
They’ve finally landed, time to plan their next move.
Jet is feeling pretty confident. I’m not so sure.
Meet Jet, that last of the misfits. It’s time for him to land the ship. Fingers crossed…
The crew are in for a big surprise when they realise what’s going on, and when they do, things don’t go exactly smoothly.
Victoria and Doc head to the biolabs, but will they stop Spike in time?
A catastrophic failure in deep space should mean certain death. But sometimes in space, someone can hear you scream.
Humanity is extinct, but something remains, written in the layers of Artifical Intelligence that power The Machine there is a memory, a ghost in the shell.
What have you forgotten? What you wore last Tuesday? What about how to tie your shoe laces, or how to get up in the morning? What if you forgot that as well…
This week Victoria continues to make her way towards the biolab, having to make a small detour to get there.
Cryogenically frozen when they were young, and then thawed out 80 years into their journey, the crew of the NuHolland are supposed to be the best of the best. Unfortunately for Victoria, the crew’s Cultural Liaison Officer, things aren’t going to plan. […]
Kelly’s first short list for NITH is the perfect listiscle for our little solar system. Some of us look up and see only a vast and impenetrable infinite. Not so. As you will see below, the solar system is an […]