Powered by the sun, they built themselves from scattered trash. They traveled the world, sending pictures and love, cleaning as they went.
Frantic, Lea pushes the implant in her wrist, flushing her body with calm. Anxiety and anger melt away. Just another day in traffic.
[Bio] Lesley Conner is a stay-at-home mum and horror writer. Check out her short stories in Abaculus II and Abaculus III.
“Nothing to lose, but so much to gain; she lifts her head proudly. With all her heart she can only hope to achieve.”
[Bio] Raisah Ali is a high school student who aspires to aim for the moon so in case she misses, she’ll still be among the stars.
A Bowie-fan’s words
On disturbing the red dust
There’s life on Mars now.
[Bio] David Moore: 34, Australian émigré, editor, writer, geek. Married, lives in Reading, UK. You’re glad you met him.