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A list of 14 Summer activities in the era of COVID-19 from NPR and my thoughts on them. Here's the link to the original article. 

A speculative fiction which could be seen as a warning to the #karens and #dicks of the world - do not piss off essential workers during a pandemic. It will end badly for you. 

Textus appearus! [waves magic wand - nothing happens]. Podcasticus recordium!! [waves wand more frantically, again nothing happens...."sigh..."]. Here's an original story about a magical college and an encounter with a Professor and one of his assistants, written and recorded using Muggle means, unfortunately (the Magic Box store was out of Glittering Octopi Ink). 

In popular science fiction, any time they have problems with the technology which allows the crew to rapidly travel vast interstellar distances, it’s usually fixed by the end of the episode. Yet, I’ve a feeling when things go wrong in space, they’ll go wrong in ways we can’t fathom.

Technology is great, but sometimes you get the feeling you're just along for the ride. A space explorer crash lands on a planet - where a long walk is an extreme measure towards his escape.

Dreams can be mean, weird, wonderful, terrifying but above all...sometimes dreams can be hungry.

A flash fiction where cosplay meets the future of copyright issues. An original story by Evan Kayne. If you like what you hear, tip me on my Ko-fi account, follow me here or on social media, and check back weekly for any new updates. Story soon to be available on Evankayne.com

When "be careful what you wish for" meets "End of the World." An original flash fiction by Evan Kayne. Click here for the print version. If you like what you hear, tip me on my Ko-fi account, follow me here or on social media, and check back weekly for any new updates.

A scientist, driven by grief, constructs a machine to view the past. An original flash fiction written by Evan Kayne - click here for the print version. If you like what you hear, tip me on my Ko-fi account, follow me here or on any of the social media links, and check back weekly for any new updates.
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Just what - or WHOM - do closet monsters really feed on?
Who needs to be scared...and why?
This is an original flash fiction by Evan Kayne. If you like what you see, go to Evankayne.com for more stories, and tip me on my Ko-fi account.

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