An ON TIME Excerpt: “And Yet It Moves” by Carlton Herzog

Enjoy an excerpt from Carlton Herzog’s “And Yet It Moves” featured in our new anthology ON TIME. To Whom It May Concern, I have practiced psychiatry for the past thirty years, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia. In late 2054, I attended a patient—a CERN engineer—who seemed sane in every respect. Yet, he insisted…

An IN THE AIR Excerpt: “Waystation VII” by J.S. Rogers

Waystation VII squatted near the middle of the Deadlands, its metal walls sealing out the poisonous fogs that clung to the earth outside. A dozen souls made Waystation VII their home, moving through short, narrow halls, breathing in the sour smell of stale air and grease, and serving the travelers who passed through the station…