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1. "Consenting Adults" published in Kimota No. 8 Spring 1988 (ed. Graeme Hurry) (Preston, United Kingdom, ISSN 1359-8899) (pp 84-36; 919 words) (science fiction / fantasy virtual reality / vampire story). This is a vampire story, a virtual reality story and a horror story which we might also describe as being a fantasy story.

2. "The Kidney Bean Diet" published in Albedo One issue 16 1998 (edited by a collective) (Lusk, Ireland, ISSN 0791-8534) (pp 12-14; 1,899 words) (horror). This is a horror story with gruesome elements.

3. "Consequences" published in Talebones issue 12 Summer 1998 (ed. Patrick and Honna Swenson) (Kent, United States, ISSN 1084-7197) (pp 4-11; 4,591 words) (fantasy). This is a horror story or a horror fantasy story - a short story set in Thailand and India. If you look at it from the right angle, this is also, in a sense, a story about Buddhism.

4. "Heroes of the Third Millennium" published in Fantasy and Science Fiction Vol. 95 No. 6 December 1998 (ed. Gordon Van Gelder) (New York, United States, ISSN 1095-8258) (pp 99-113; 5,017 words) (science fiction). Was circulated in Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter (which was discontinued in 2005), issue 2, April 2003-October 2003.

5. "Outing" published in Sierra Heaven No. 4½ ("issue four and a half") 1998 (ed. Alex Bardy) (Bulphan, United Kingdom) (pp 30-33; 1,768 words) (science fiction).

6. "Night on Bear Mountain" published in Challenging Destiny No. 5 January 1999 (ed. David M. Switzer) (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 94-114; 7,903 words) (science fiction virtual reality story). This is a science fiction story or, if you like, an SF story. It is a virtual reality story. It is also a story about hiking and hypothermia and a story about a high school teacher and students.

7. "An Alien in Japan" published in Sackcloth and Ashes issue 3 March 1999 (ed. Andrew Busby) (Wigan, United Kingdom, ISSN 1462- 2211) (pp 55-63; 3,440 words) (science fiction). This sicence fiction story was first posted on the internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 March 13.

8. "Howie Glenst and the Woman Made From Glass" published in Albedo One issue 18 1999 (edited by a collective) (Lusk, Ireland, ISSN 0791-8534) (pp 4-6; 2,581 words) (science fiction virtual reality story).

9. "The Succubus" published in Talebones issue 15 Spring 1999 (ed. Patrick and Honna Swenson) (Kent, United States, ISSN 1084- 7197) (pp 14-27; 8,251 words) (fantasy). First posed online 2006 February 04 Saturday. Click to read!

10. "The Earth is Flat" published in Challenging Destiny No. 6 April 1999 (ed. David M. Switzer & Robert P. Switzer) (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 81-93; 4,326 words) (science fiction). Published a second time in Strix issue 16 July 1999 (ed. Anna Franklin and Sue Phillips) (Earl Shilton, England) (pp 7-11).

11. "Her Mint-Green Breath" published in Talebones issue 16 Summer 1999 (ed. Patrick and Honna Swenson) (Kent, United States, ISSN 1084-7197) (pp 4-15; 6,858 words) (science fiction).

12. "Invasion of the Chickens" published in Challenging Destiny No. 7, August 1999 (ed. David M. Switzer & Robert P. Switzer) (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 37-48; 3,730 words) (science fiction). Published for a second time (first British publication) in Legend Issue 6 (summer/autumn 2002) (ed. Trevor Denyer) (Aldershot, United Kingdom, ISSN 1471-7786) (pp 7-10; unchanged 3,730 words) (fantasy). First published online on 2005 January 8 Saturday.

13. "Remembering Nagasaki" published in Zest Issue 8, Autumn 1999 (ed. Ian Redman) (Yeovil, United Kingdom) (pp 26-32; 3,340 words) (science fiction virtual reality story). As you would expect from the title, this is a story about nuclear war and a story which is, in part, a story about the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki. It also mentions India and Pakistan, two nations which now possess the atomic bomb.

14. "Mountaineering Complex" published in Barbaric Yawp Volume 3 Number 3, September 1999 (ed. John and Nancy Berbrich) (Russell, United States) (pp 18-20; 741 words) (satirical vignette). A slight vignette about the intrinsic insanity of climbing mountains - a free story about mountaineering.

15. "Machine Readable" published in The Dream Zone issue 4, October 1999 (ed. Paul Bradshaw) (Bradford, United Kingdom, ISSN 1464-6609) (pp 17-23; 3,150 words) (science fiction).

16. "Golf Course" published in Sackcloth and Ashes issue 6 December 1999 (ed. Andrew Busby) (Wigan, United Kingdom, ISSN 1462-2211) (pp 40-46; 2,739 words) (fantasy). Republished in Thirteen February 2004 (ed. Andrew Hannon) (United Kingdom) (pp 28-34). A horror fantasy story or fantasy horror story; a story about the afterlife which is also a free story about golf. Golf is pretty bizarre, if you think about it, which is what inspired this story.

17. "Vorn the Gladiator" published in Vampire Dan's Story Emporium No. 10, Winter 2000 (ed. Daniel Medici) (Syracuse, United States) (pp 33-43; 4,364 words) (fantasy). Published for a second time (first British publication) in Legend Issue 3 (received June 2001) (ed. Trevor Denyer) (Aldershot, United Kingdom, ISSN 1471-7786) (pp 13-17; unchanged 4,364 words) (fantasy). A story about Vorn the Gladiator which is a sword and sorcery story and also,k in part, a story about brutal torture, and, incidentally, a story about Sharla the Swordswoman.

18. "Sweetness and Light" published in Psychotrope issue 8, April 2000 (ed. Mark Beech) (Worcester, United Kingdom) (pp 4-10; 3,462 words) (fantasy). Posted online for the first time on 2005 January 08 Saturday.

19. "Locked Out" published in Black Petals Vol. III, #3, Spring 2000 (ed. Kenneth James Crist & John Gollihar) (Wichita, United States) (pp 37-40; 1,841 words) (science fiction). This story was included in the first newsletter sent out by e-mail by Hugh Cook to subscribers (the newsletter for August 2002 through March 2003). The newsletter was discontinued in 2005.
20. "Night in the Month of Madness" published online (in conjunction with an interview) in The Dream People issue 4, Summer 2000, at http://redrival.com/thedreampeople (ed. Carlton Mellick III) (1,555 words) (fantasy).

21. "In the Month of Lombok" published in Glyph issue 2, Summer 2000 (ed. Tracy Feeler) (St. Charles, United States) (pp 35-39; 1,461 words) (fantasy).

22. "Marooned on Footbone" published in The Zone issue 9, Summer 2000 (ed. Tony Lee) (Arreton, United Kingdom, ISSN 1351- 5217) (pp 20-23; 3,046 words) (science fiction).

23. "Lost in the Moid" published in Challenging Destiny No. 10, July 2000 (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 7-27; 7,314 words) (science fiction).

24. "Gally Smith and the Massacre of the Orcs" published in Legend Issue 1, Autumn 2000 (ed. Trevor Denyer) (Aldershot, United Kingdom, ISSN 1471-7786) (pp 56-59; 3,835 words) (fantasy). This is a story about orcs and a story about elves. Naturally, it is a fantasy story.

25. "Boxes" published in Kimota No. 13, Autumn 2000 (ed. Graeme Hurry) (Preston, United Kingdom, ISSN 1359-8899) (pp 47-49; 1,314 words) (science fiction).

26. "Life and Death in Oolong Jalabar" published in Dark Matter Year 2000 edition (ed. Christopher Hennessey-DeRose) (La Canada, United States, ISSN 1098-9420) (pp 4-6; 1,086 words) (fantasy). A radically revised and expanded version of this story titled "Life and Death in Oolong Morblock" first appeared when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 January 10 Friday (7,063 words) (like the earlier version, fantasy). LADIOM is a fantasy story, a story about a ghost, a story about the afterlife and an Oolong Morblock story.

27. "Portrait of a Woman with her Hair on Fire" published in Altair Special Edition (Special Issue 6 & 7), 2000 (ed. Robert N. Stephenson) (Blackwood, Australia, ISSN 1328-3340, ISBN 0 9577238 0 6) (pp 160-168; 4,402 words) (fantasy).

28. "The Ghosting of Heineman Jubiladilia" published in Hadrosaur Tales 9, 2000 (ed. David L. Summers) (Las Cruces, United States, ISBN 1-885093-16-0) (pp 141-149; 2,694 words) (fantasy). This short story was first posted on the internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 March 13. It is a story about Chalaknesia.

29. "The Invention of Stones" published in Challenging Destiny No. 11, December 2000 (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 83-86; 1,419 words) (fantasy).

30. "Basque" published in Challenging Destiny No. 11, December 2000 (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 89-104; 5,139 words) (science fiction). Republished in Thirteen February 2004 (ed. Andrew Hannon) (United Kingdom) (pp 43-54).This science fiction story is a time travel story or, if you like, a story about traveling in time.

31. "Other Lives" published in Black Petals Vol. IV, Winter, 2000/2001 (ed. Kenneth James Crist & John Gollihar) (Wichita, United States) (pp 41-49; 3,108 words) (fantasy).

32. "Swiss Toys" published in Maelstrom Speculative Fiction #7, April 2001 (ed. Dave Felts) (Palm Harbor, United States) (pp 1-5; 3,746 words) (science fiction). This science fiction story (a story which belongs in the category story science fiction) is a story about robots.

33. "Limbo Larry" published in Kimota No. 14, Spring 2001 (ed. Graeme Hurry) (Preston, United Kingdom, ISSN 1359-8899) (pp 47-49; 1,619 words) (fantasy).

34. "Gap Music" published in Psychotrope issue 9, April 2001 (ed. Mark Beech) (Worcester, United Kingdom) (pp 13-22; 5,108 words) (fantasy). This recovered memory horror fantasy story was published a second time when posted on the Internet by Hugh cook on 2003 March 11.

35. "That Nightmare Known as Life" published in Challenging Destiny No. 12, April 2001 (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 95-122; 9,250 words) (science fiction).

36. "Wet Leaves on the Track" published in em three, July 2001 (ed. Karl Sinfield) (London, United Kingdom, ISSN 1366-3755) (pp 68-69; 668 words). It was first posted online by Hugh Cook on 2002 October 26. This vignette is a story about married life, I guess - it also features a roc and the giant condom which fell on Slough. To be honest, I think this very short story would take longer to describe than it took to write.

37. "Hunting Andrew" published in Albedo One, issue 23, 2001 (edited by a collective) (Lusk, Ireland, ISSN 0791-8534) (pp 29-33; 3,705 words) (science fiction). Published a second time in Black Petals Vol. V, #4, Summer 2002 (ed. Kenneth James Crist & John Gollihar) (Wichita, United States) (pp 29-38; 3,705 words) (horror / science fiction).

38. "A Totally Ordinary Young Woman" published in Kimota No. 15, Autumn 2001 (ed. Graeme Hurry) (Preston, United Kingdom, ISSN 1359-8899) (pp 16-17; 736 words) (a mainstream story treating with bizarre events).

39. "The Warden of Jestabel Zee" published in Legend issue 4, autumn/winter 2001 (ed. Trevor Denyer) (Aldershot, United Kingdom, ISSN 1471-7786) (pp 41-43; 2,310 words) (fantasy). This story was first posted on the internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 March 12. This is a fantasy story.

40. "Astral Talent" published in Challenging Destiny No. 13, November 2001 (ed. David M. Switzer) (St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 54-68; 5,255 words) (science fiction / fantasy).

41. "Pogy Bobs and the Hyena of Death" published in Harpur Palate Volume 1 Number 2, Winter 2001 (ed. Toiya Kristen Finley) (Binghampton, United States, ISBN 0-9710066-3-6, ISSN 1532-9046) (pp 62-82; 6,317 words) (fantasy). Published for a second time in Best of the Rest 3 (an anthology published by Suddenly Press) (2002) (ed. Brian Youmans) (Boston, United States, ISBN 0-9670056-1-2) (pp 43-57; unchanged 6,317 words) (fantasy).

The print anthology Best of the Rest 3, is a collection of science fiction and fantasy. It is a production of the Suddenly Press and is edited by Brian Youmans.

42. "Golgo Molgo" published in Vampire Dan's Story Emporium (issue unsighted, issue details unknown, believed to be an issue published in 2001) (ed. Daniel Medici) (Syracuse, United States) (pagination unknown; 1,205 words) (science fiction). Published a second time in Scheherazade, issue 24, December 2002 (ed. Elizabeth Counihan) (Brighton, United Kingdom, ISSN 0963-2611) (pp 26-28; unchanged 1,205 words) (science fiction). First published online 2003 August 17 Sunday.

43. "The Trial of Edgar Allan Poe" published in Challenging Destiny No. 14, June 2002 (ed. David M. Switzer)(St. Marys, Canada, ISSN 1206-6656) (pp 75-96; 7,393 words) (science fiction).

44. "Cultural Correctness" published in Sex and the Single Alien (an anthology bearing the Writers Club Press imprint, an imprint of iUniverse) June 2002 (ed. James B. Baker) (San Jose, United States, ISBN 0-595-22889-5) (pp 41-58; 3,905 words) (fantasy).

45. "Diving on the Wreck" posted on the SUCCESS by DESIGN SF&F website www.motordoc.net/sf&f October 2002 (ed. Howard W. Penrose, Ph.D.) (9,830 words) (science fiction). This fantasy story is a Chalakanesian story - that is to say, a Chalakanesia story, a free diving story set in the archipelago of Chalakanesia, which you are not going to find in your atlas.

46. "Flowers for the Lady" published in Macabre No. 1, November 2002 (ed. Christina Sng) (Allegra Press) (pp. 13-14; 743 words) (fantasy). Republished when circulated in Hugh Cook's CREATIVE FRACTION e-mail newsletter, which was discontinued in 2005. Publication was in the newsletter issue 6, 2005 May 01 - 2005 October 31.

47. "Bad Sex" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 09 Thursday (5,285 words)(science fiction).

48. "Patriots" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 10 Friday (11,142 words) (science fiction).

49. "The Suicide Bomber" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 10 Friday (1,697 words) (science fiction).

49. "Quilting" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 10 Friday (3,765 words) (science fiction).

50. "The Secret History of Lord Dreldragon" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 12 Sunday (3,235 words) (science fiction).

51. "A Pilgrimage to Plaka Kalada" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 January 17 Friday (9,240 words) (science fiction).

52. "Views of Texas" published in Barbaric Yawp Volume 6 Number 4, December 2002 (ed. John and Nancy Berbrich) (Russell, United States) (pp 34-35; 691 words) (literary story). Republished when circulated in Hugh Cook's CREATIVE FRACTION e-mail newsletter, issue 6, 2005 May 01 - 2005 October 31. The newsletter was discontinued in 2005.

53. "UFO Invasion - the Truth about Alien Abductions!!" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 February 11 Tuesday (7,704 words) (science fiction).

53. "Acorns" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 February 16 Sunday (2,954 words) (mainstream story).

54. "The Transfer of Patient Twenty-Seven" first appeared when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 February 23 Sunday (2,226 words) (mainstream story).

55. "Live on Channel 10" made its first appearance when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 February 27 Thursday (1,064 words) (horror story).

56. "On the Wings of a Cockroach" made its first appearance when posted on Hugh Cook's website zenvirus.com on 2003 March 17 Monday. A slightly revised version was posted online 2004 February 28 Saturday. (3,600 words) (science fiction story).

57. "The Man on the Balcony" published in Monomyth Volume 3.1 Number 22, issue 24, 2003 (issue sighted March 2003) (ed. D.J. Tyrer) (Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom) (p 15; 522 words) (horror).

58. "Sign on the Dotted Line" published in Monomyth Volume 3.1 Number 22, issue 24, 2003 (issue sighted March 2003) (ed. D.J. Tyrer) (Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom) (p 15; 248 words) (science fiction story).

59. "Life on Planet Earth" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 March 18 Tuesday (3,386 words) (science fiction story).  Landing at Fort Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, was the first totally inexplicable and utterly alien thing which the aliens did. After the invaders left, the people of planet Earth were left with something else which was extremely strange: each other. Republished in Thirteen May 2004 (ed. Andrew Hannon) (United Kingdom) (pp 8-15).

60. "Saint George and Ibrahim" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 March 30 Sunday. (Horror story.) (208 words.)

61. "Cherry Normal" was first published when circulated in Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter, issue 2, April 2003-October 2003. (3,564 words) (an Oolong Morblock fantasy story).

62. "The Rat" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 May 06 Tuesday. (Mainstream story.) (524 words.)

63. "Upgrade" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 June 14 Saturday. (SF horror.) (9,162 words.)

64. "A Subway Ride" published in The Frogmore Papers number 61 which appeared in the first half of 2003 (ed. Jeremy Page) (Folkestone, United Kingdom, ISSN 0956-0106) (pp 19-20; 544 words) (mainstream). Circulated in Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter for November 2003 - April 2004.

65. "The Wrath of Babril Hestek" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 June 20 Friday. (science fiction fantasy.) (2,837 words.)

66. "Too Far From Home" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 June 22 Sunday. (travel story with bizarre reality-transgressing elements.) (4,697 words.)

67. "The Angel of the Seventh Apocalypse" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 July 05 Saturday. (Science fiction) (3,292 words.)

68. "The Triumph of Japanese English" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 July 21 Monday. (Mainstream story.) (380 words.)

69. "The Naked Succubus Sex Slave Murders" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 August 03 Sunday. (Fantasy story.) (4,204 words.)

70. "Harriet's Armpit" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 August 21 Thursday. (Contemporary mainstream fiction story.) (1,704 words.)

71. "House Hunting" published in Black Petals issue 25, Halloween 2003 (ed. Kenneth James Crist) (Wichita, United States) (pp 4-7; 3,479 words) (horror fantasy).

72. "The Orc's Armpit" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 September 15 Monday. (Hardcore horror fiction story, mature content, suitable adults only.) (2,367 words.)

73. "The Dragon Zenphos" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 September 15 Monday. Fantasy science fiction story, dragon story, time travel story set in the CHRONICLES OF AN AGE OF DARKNESS milieu (the milieu of WIZARD WAR / THE WIZARDS AND THE WARRIORS). (7,633 words.)

74. "His Name Was Mac" made its first appearance when posted on the Internet by Hugh Cook on 2003 September 21 Sunday. Fantasy fiction story about homeless person, painter, buyer of art. (1,889 words.)

75. "A Genie at Work" was first published when posted online on 2003 September 27 Saturday. (4,254 words)(fantasy).

76. "Meeting My Agent" was first published when posted online on 2003 October 09 Thursday. (307 words)(SF). In 2005 the author was honored to have this story appear in print in Hungarian in the August issue of Galaktia, ed. Nemeth Attila, under the title Találkozom az ügynökömmel (p71).

77. "The Magniloquator" was first published when circulated in Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter, issue 3, November 2003-April 2004. (2,387 words) (an Oolong Morblock fantasy story).

78. "Honeymoon" was first published when posted online 2004 February 14 Saturday. Republished in Thirteen April 2004 (ed. Andrew Hannon) (United Kingdom) (pp 38-39). (778 words) (hardcore horror, suitable adults only.)

79. "You're in my Body" was first published when posted online 2004 February 28 Saturday. (516 words) (fantasy story.)

80. "The Executed Man" was first published when posted online 2004 February 28 Saturday. (2,517 words) (science fiction story.)

81. "The Wind in his Mouth" was first published when posted online 2004 April 29 Thursday. (737 words) (strange fantasy story.)

82. "Jorgelvace" was first published when circulated in CREATIVE FRACTION, Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter, issue 4, May 2004 - October 2004. (3,555 words) (a science fiction story.)

83. "Fulfillable Wishes" was first published when circulated in Hugh Cook's e-mail newsletter, issue 4, May 2004 - October 2004. (2,458 words) (an Oolong Morblock fantasy story.)

84. "Yenlow's Renewal 52" was first published when posted online 2004 May 05 Wednesday. (449 words) (a war veteran story; a drug trials story.)

85. "Grapefruit Perfume Bicycle Birthmark" was first published when posted online 2004 June 27 Sunday. (374 words) (a boy-meets-girl story; a newlywed bliss story.)

86. "Escape from Hell" was first published when posted online 2004 July 24 Saturday. (1,505 words) (an escape story ... sort of.)

87. "Implantation" was first published when posted online 2004 July 24 Saturday. (3,100 words) (SF).

88. "Shotgun Al's Last Picnic" published in Premonitions relaunch issue 2004 (ed. Tony Lee) (Arreton, United Kingdom, ISSN 0968-6185) (pp 16-22; 6,559 words) (science fiction).

89. "Maggots" was first published when posted online 2004 September 04 Saturday. (182 words) (horror).

90. "The Therapy of the Great God Mulchagola" was first published when posted online 2004 September 04 Saturday. (930 words) (fantasy).

91. "Lost in his Bedroom" was first published when posted online 2004 September 04 Saturday. (643 words) (fantasy horror).

92. "Daddy's Little Girl" was first published when posted online 2004 September 04 Saturday. (3,040 words) (science fiction).

93. "A Better Life" was first published when posted online 2004 September 25 Saturday. (938 words) (life transformation story).

94. "Suicide Hotel" was first published when posted online 2004 September 25 Saturday. (3,738 words) (macabre story).

95. "Newlyweds" was first published when circulated in Hugh Cook's CREATIVE FRACTION e-mail newsletter, issue 5, 2004 November 01 - 2005 April 30. (1,120 words) (a modern fiction story about privacy and the Internet).

96. "Killed by a Ghost" published in Omega 3, 2004 (ed. Alexander Hawksville) (United Kingdom) (pp 18-22; 1,732 words) (fantasy science fiction).

97. "Burning Louty" was first published when posted online 2004 November 20 Saturday (931 words) (violent revenge fantasy).

98. "Santa Claus, Sex Criminal" was first published when posted online 2004 November 23, Tuesday (919 words) (sick horror story, degenerate product of a twisted mind).

99. "Hot Cardboard" was first published when posted online 2004 November 27, Saturday (1,609 words) (fantasy for adults - lust, murder, boxcutter rape).

100. "Metastasis" was first published when posted online 2005 March 25 Friday (1,263 words) (unpleasant cancer fantasy horror story).

101. "A Gorilla in Vietnam" published in Space and Time #99, spring 2005 (ed. Gordon Linzner) (New York) (pp 44-48; 4,072 words) (fantasy).

102. "Eating Jesus Christ" was first published when posted online 2005 May 06 Friday (1,042 words) (science fiction security screening story).

103. "Shoot to Kill" was first published when posted online 2005 December 20 Tuesday (2,695 words) (war on terror suicide bomber SF/fantasy story - some paranormals have the power to explosively self-destruct and the cops move into shoot-to-kill mode).


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