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From Adam to Eleodoro by James E. Guin
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James E. Guin’s fiction has appeared in Every Day Fiction, Black Ice Magazine Vol. 1, Perihelion Online Science Fiction Magazine, Jerry Jazz Musician, Daily Science Fiction, , T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog, and The Story Shack. He received an Honorable Mention in the 2nd Quarter of the 2014 L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future contest and second place in Jenny Magazine Speculative Fiction Contest 008. For more information about James E. Guin please visit  jameseguin.wordpress.com


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Objective Contagion by Nyla Bright
We taught them to learn so one robot could be many things.

We taught them to learn so one robot could be many things.

Nyla Bright writes in Seven Hills, Ohio. She is a member of several local writing groups including The Cajun Sushi Hamsters from Hell and The Gentle Ladies Adventure Society & Liquor Adjacent Debate Club.  Her Bachelors in English Literature and Masters of Science in Management Information Systems come in handy when wrangling her human son, real dog, live cat, non-robotic turtle, and cyber-enhancement-free husband.  She owns two dead Roombas, a dead Furby, and a nearly dead HootBot.  She swears she is not a serial robot murderer.