Choose life

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I knocked on the door. Ok, I didn’t to start with, I rang. But I somehow knew before ringing that the bell wouldn’t be working. It might’ve been that I was expecting the… Continue reading

The Empire is Us

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“The Empire never ended.” (PKD, VALIS) “I had a dream, my people,” the Old Sage said. “It was a dream come true. Which, if I think about it, actually makes it not so… Continue reading

Stop Motion

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The month of February has not been kind to the authors of this blog. If further proof of their childlike spirit was even needed, they both managed to catch a children’s disease: chickenpox!… Continue reading

We, The Everythings

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  It had been a bad idea to be the last survivor of human space probe Darkness. Hamamelis Wychelm could have worked it out in such a way that she could have easily… Continue reading

Settlers

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No, definitely, it had been a good idea, but it was precisely that angle of thought conveying the goodness that started escaping me a few months into my new residence. Becoming one of… Continue reading

Peter Petter and all the animals in the world (IV)

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Here it is, the grand finale of Peter Petter’s adventure! We hope you enjoyed this first year of Next Week’s Story. We are now going to celebrate with a week off. Have a… Continue reading

Peter Petter and all the animals in the world (III)

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It’s time to check on Peter Petter again and see how he’s doing on his quest to pet all the animals in the world! Sounds like a challenge worthy of Peter Petter! Stay… Continue reading

Peter Petter and all the animals in the world (II)

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We continue the story of Peter Petter, who, in today’s episode, begins his successfully-crowdfunded quest of petting every animal in the world in the African savanna.

Peter Petter and All the Animals in The World (I)

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It was one year ago that the amazing writer Serban and the even more amazing illustrator Nadia (who is all the more amazing for writing this self-appraisal) brought “Next Week’s Story” to your… Continue reading

The Ones of Silence

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“When we cease talking to each other the place is empty and the ceiling tall, infinite, like the overseeing vertical abyss of a cathedral. When we choose to communicate, their world expands within… Continue reading