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“Fairytales” by L.A. Emrich

American sci-fi writer, Theodore Sturgeon once admitted, “Sure, ninety percent of science fiction is crud.” Yet, if you look beyond the exotic worlds, colorful characters, and off-the-wall plots, you’d find a profound genre rich in themes addressing real life issues. Chaos, deprivation, paradise lost and regained at the expense of what makes us human, killer… Read More »