Luna’s Box

I was trying to go classic sci-fi- with this one. I think it turned out pretty decent. Not much to say about this one, it's pretty straight-forward!     The airlock slid open with a hiss, and geologist Dr. Ellen Hastings stepped into the Easton Mining Company's biopod on the surface of the moon. Biologists …

Company Man

This is one of my first stories since I started writing again. There is a lot of passivity here that is pretty intimidating to try to fix.. so I'll just post it here and see what people think 🙂 maybe you'll have some suggestions!   The prompt for this was 'someone confessing their sins to …

A Life Unlived: Conclusion

And now the thrilling conclusion! Read part one here. Enjoy! 🙂     He stood in the tub staring at his bloated purple foot until a wave of revulsion overtook him and he stabbed down at it with the knife. It popped like a balloon and blood splashed out. He felt the knife scraping against …

A Life Unlived: part 1

I'm not sure what I was thinking when I wrote this... I believe I was trying to make it funny, but it came out sort of just, weird. Well. I hope you enjoy it anyway 🙂 Tim was born in 1971 and had died several minutes ago during what he deemed to be an ‘above …

A Disgusting Trade

This is my first, and so far only try at a fantasy story. I was listening to a lot of Falconer when I wrote it, and my head was full of ships and wind and magic. I think it turned out alright, but I'll likely stick to sci-fi and speculative from now on 🙂 ~Jonas …

JB Ep 01 posted

Well I posted this story yesterday, and forgot to make this explanatory blog post. Basically I wanted a story to write that I didn't have to take too seriously and could have fun with, something that I could always be writing, even when I didn't have any ideas for serious things. Mainly it was something …

JB Episode 01: Too Many Drinks, Too Many Arms

  “Three more, Barkeep!” The barkeep waggled his antennae agreeably. “Very good, sir,” his voice crackled and popped. With three of his six hands he grabbed shot glasses from beneath the bar. With his remaining hands he grabbed three crystalline bottles of impossible shapes from the uppermost shelf, and tipped them to fill the glasses …