Saint and Valentine lived on Block Fourteen together in secret, creating bonds for couples in Moon Colony Sistine. Marry one born of Moon and one of Earth, states Sistine’s law for each partner, and yet Saint/Valentine hacked paths for the same-birth: Changing records, certifying status, enjoining Moon/Moon and Earth/Earth born-of, approved to make life choices … Continue reading Poetry | Marriage Hack
Poetry | Gifts in Silk
© KateNovikova I have given you bows wrapping my body, faux silk printed by bots, so tiny, creating, spinning from liquid — the opposite of melting touch. Originally published in P.S. I Love You: Poetry Sunday.
Poetry Published in Strange Horizons
My romantic sci-fi poetic prose titled "Space in Our Relationship" is in this week's issue of Strange Horizons. Editor Ciro Faienza also read this piece in the 26 November podcast! This was my first time hearing my words spoken by another person like this. Listening to that podcast is surreal. Charles Payseur reviewed "Space" at … Continue reading Poetry Published in Strange Horizons
Poetry | Loading… Light at the End of the World
A dreamlike simulation brings change to the real world. © kellepics Gerald, once sublime as AppleP!3, felt seeds in his core— Tiny promises planted by a man asking for more. Their meeting place: the Edge of the World. Evoking starts and ends, light streams whirled, Recoding twilight grays into golden coast. Will he show? Or … Continue reading Poetry | Loading… Light at the End of the World