Speculative Fiction Stories – Introduction by Kevin Wallis

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So here we are at Issue 12, and the brain trust at Liquid Imagination thanks you for sticking around. We do what we do for you, and this month’s speculative fiction stories are perhaps the best batch yet. No, my therapist tells me I need to avoid fence-sitting, so these stories ARE the best batch yet.

This month we give you stories of life and death. The Reaper will visit you on a casual bus ride and change your life forever. A mechanic’s attempt to prevent a murder will lead him to truths unfathomable. And an aging man will revisit the fantastic realms of his childhood and taste the magic of youth once more.

Dameion Becknell, one of LI’s favorite writers, also gives you a fascinating and masterful look into multiple personalites in “Dissociative Identity,” a tale that will linger in your head like a squatter with an axe to grind.

There’s also a story about a beard, because stories about beards are awesome.

So enjoy these stories of darkness and light and hair, and thank you for continuing to feed your Liquid Imagination.

 

Coming Home
Coming Home by BD Wilson
Dissaciative Identity
Dissociative Identity by Dameion Becknell
Early’s Engine Repair & Auto Body: We’ll Fix It
Early’s Engine Repair & Auto Body: We’ll Fix It by Jennifer Rachel Baumer
The Life and Times of Otto Van Maark and His Luxuriant Beard
The Life and Times of Otto Van Maark and His Luxuriant Beard by Nathaniel Lee

 

Comfort Lines
Comfort Lines by Josiah Leonard