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A Boy's Transformation By Chris Bellows
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Another bold story by Chris Bellows.
Outlaw Bodies By Lori Selke, Djibril al-Ayad
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An anthology of short stories on the theme of outlaw bodies: how will bodies be controlled in the future? What kinds of bodies, modifications, choices will be repressed (or compulsory)? How does... More > transgressing the norms of body-identity make us who we are? Nine authors explore these themes through speculative stories that touch on gender, sexuality, sexual identity, disability, self-image, prosthetics and robotics.< Less
~ (aka Swung Dash) (128bit) By Ray Ogar
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A few minutes from now Internet search engines will be made from junk DNA. The girl next door will sell her insides to local gene farms and Big Brother will be a million-headed serpent made from... More > microscopic wormholes. Some people will sell themselves for memory upgrades. Hustlers will swap data hacks like housewives trade recipes. Pranksters will use nanomachines to turn buildings inside out. Artificial Intelligence will be so primitive it must experiment on humans to understand itself. Spellcheckers will be programmers that alter another’s gender through gene sequence modification. Cloning will be so imprecise that the duplicates wonder if they are too individual for government work. And one young man will discover one hundred twenty-six bad copies of himself that all seek to be the original.< Less
~ (aka Swung Dash) (128bit) By Ray Ogar
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A few minutes from now Internet search engines will be made from junk DNA. The girl next door will sell her insides to local gene farms and Big Brother will be a million-headed serpent made from... More > microscopic wormholes. Some people will sell themselves for memory upgrades. Hustlers will swap data hacks like housewives trade recipes. Pranksters will use nanomachines to turn buildings inside out. Artificial Intelligence will be so primitive it must experiment on humans to understand itself. Spellcheckers will be programmers that alter another’s gender through gene sequence modification. Cloning will be so imprecise that the duplicates wonder if they are too individual for government work. And one young man will discover one hundred twenty-six bad copies of himself that all seek to be the original.< Less