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TIME TRAVEL: A FRESH APPROACH by Harris Tobias

When time travel finally happened, it wasn’t at all what anyone expected. For the last century or so science had been looking to physics for a way to travel through time. The warping of space time was thought to be … Continue reading

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WINDY by Harris Tobias

The wind is shaking down the trees It is a mugging plain and simple The outraged trees wave wildly for help But no one comes to aid them On the ground the leaves fly in circles Like Keystone cops Not … Continue reading

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HOW THE CAT GOT ITS WHISKERS by Harris Tobias

Harris Tobias is the author of two crime novels, A Felony of Birds and The Greer Agency as well as many shorter works of fiction. His stories have appeared in such magazines as, Fried Fiction, Down In the Dirt, Electronic … Continue reading

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SEWER DOGS by Harris Tobias

People flush every imaginable thing down the drain. Among sewer workers there are stories of the most bizarre things turning up in the tunnels and drains beneath the city. There’s the body parts story; that’s almost routine. Occasionally and entire … Continue reading

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CLICKITY CLICK by Harris Tobias

Maybe it came in with the firewood, sleeping in some rotten log until the warmth of the stove revived it and brought it to life. Or maybe it had been dormant in the walls of the old house and it … Continue reading

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