Tomorrow Fiction: ‘The Quest’ by Hayley Liversidge

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘The Quest’ by Hayley Liversidge

The Quest Hayley Liversidge THIS was going to be hard, Zac thought, but it had to be done. “I’ve joined The Quest,” he announced. Marie dropped the glass she was cleaning. It hit the floor, exploding into tiny glittering shards. “You can’t,” she gasped....

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Tomorrow Poem: ‘Evolved’ by Denise Silk-Martelli

Tomorrow Poem: ‘Evolved’ by Denise Silk-Martelli

Evolved Denise Silk-Martelli   What of the future? Of tomorrow? Contact with aliens? Probably. Little green men? I doubt it. Perhaps a more evolved community Perhaps a more evolved consciousness That doesn’t pollute its environment Rage war against its own...

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Tomorrow Fiction: ‘THE LAST MAN TO DIE’ by Adam Lock

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘THE LAST MAN TO DIE’ by Adam Lock

THE LAST MAN TO DIE Adam Lock   My brother, Ash, will be the last man to die. The silver box reminds me of Dad’s glasses case, the hinges resisting, until they relent and hold open the lid. No one wears glasses anymore. Inside is a blister pack of pills....

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Tomorrow Poem: ‘Aisle Four at Tesco’ by John Kitchen

Tomorrow Poem: ‘Aisle Four at Tesco’ by John Kitchen

Aisle Four at Tesco John Kitchen   Hiya Roy I say. Hiya he replies. What you got in the bugaboo grandkid is it? No he says the wife            Deirdre. The wife how can that be?   Cryogenics he says ain’t science amazing snip & stitch pump her full of...

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Tomorrow Poem: ‘Landing’ by Joe Williams

Tomorrow Poem: ‘Landing’ by Joe Williams

Landing Joe Williams The place where we landed seemed good. There was water, and food, and air,   but others were there before us, and they told us we couldn’t stay.   There’s no room here, they said. We can’t help you.   So we, the last humans, went back...

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Tomorrow Poem: ‘Von Daniken Was Right’ by Bill Cox

Tomorrow Poem: ‘Von Daniken Was Right’ by Bill Cox

Von Daniken Was Right Bill Cox We cross the gulf of interstellar space Past pulsars spinning in manic fury. Soaring upon wings of atomic light Our passing illuminates the dark void.   Through lenses of gravity we observe Our destination; oasis of life...

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Tomorrow Fiction: ‘Tin God’ by Nigel Ford

Tomorrow Fiction: ‘Tin God’ by Nigel Ford

TIN GOD Nigel Ford UM is so beautiful. UM wears the heart on a sleeve and is thus chastised. UM is tall and slender and will be done and forgotten in no time. A sparkler in the night of the world. UM has one flaw, one weak spot: periodically UM enters a...

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