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Black Rock City
by Jim Munroe

You're at Burning Man, with six choices to make before the world goes white. Choose wisely. Or wildly. The dust storm won't care. (Cover: Trish Lamanna)

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Energy Bars: An Illustration of Fatigue in Depression
by Claire

Fatigue is a symptom of depression. Please try to understand.

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Coffee and Tea
by Brian Kwak

A tiny utopia about coffee and tea.

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Predictions for a Strip Mall Psychic
by Jake Elliott

The storefront will just be a big window, the interior cloaked with dark, ornately patterned curtains. You'll have a neon sign, of course: "PAST PRESENT FUTURE."

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Date Date
by Robert Yang

Is it a date, or is it a date-date?

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Put the Fruit in the Bowl
by Brian Kwak

An experiment with objects in Texture.

T-Shirt Blanket
by rhetta_lynnea

You're making a blanket out of old t-shirts, and some of them are bringing back memories...

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Pretty Sure
by Jim Munroe

After the Partnership with the offworlders takes place, many things on Earth get a lot easier. Parenting is not one of them. (Cover: Jonathan Wyke)

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Lonehouse
by Ayu Sekarlangit Mokoginta

After your sister's death, you start to learn more about her life through the different objects around her apartment. Photo by Matthew Hamilton on Unsplash.

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Tenebris et Lux
by Smite

black and white. dark and light. yin and yang.

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The liberation
by Stéphane F.

The liberation is a short interactive story with several endings, dealing with politics, solitude, love and betrayal. This is the English translation of the revised edition of "La libération".

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Spare With Max
by Jim Munroe

It's been a while since you hung out with Max, and he's always got interesting stories. (Cover: E.M. Smith)

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Final Examination
by Sophia D.

There's just mere hours before your final exam, and it seems that everything that can go wrong might go wrong... Will you be smart enough to pass, or be destined to fail?

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People Never Look Up
by Jim Munroe

(Cover: Gavin McCarthy) You watch the city wake up from your rooftop perch.

My friends think I have ADHD
by dan

A small window into my wednesday afternoon - based on entirely true events

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The Star
by Walker Kennedy

A quick look back to your high-school years, where you last shined.

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hit and gone
by Anonymous

girl how dosent know what happen to her

How To Eat Ice Cream
by Beth

This is a story about eating your favorite ice cream, except you are missing something! It is also a little bit about other things.

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