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Station151 by Andy Scearce

Wayne Robertson is an astrophysicist at a radio telescope array in Antarctica who intercepts a series of transmissions from over half a billion light years away, and 176 years into the future. It is through these transmissions that he discovers the existence of Maxim Akihiko Broussad, a deranged genetic hybrid named Spegg, and a wealth of new technology that will . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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Bad Influences by Emma Pooka

Bad Influences concerns the devastating spread of a fatal pandemic flu virus. The story is set exactly thirteen years from now – the posts and comments will go up in real time, on the same dates and at the same moments that the characters will post them in 2026. The story is told simultaneously from the viewpoint of four major . . .

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The Sick Land by Jon Hills

The blog of Alex Case, a researcher at a remote station on the outskirts of The Sick Land. The Sick Land is different to the rest of the world. Machinery breaks down, living creatures change. People can’t survive there for long. Not as they are. The Sick Land is a cosmic horror story. . . .

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The Apocalypse Blog by Melanie Edmonds

A real-time blog of the end of the world.

Faith’s world has ended. Broken, poisoned, and increasingly infested with the shambling dead, it isn’t much like the world she used to know. She made it through an apocalypse with a handful of strangers, but what does she do next? This is her story, told in real-time as she tries to keep a journal of her group’s journey, searching . . .

A complete blogfic.
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Hell Paso by j. kelly

At first, folks thought it was just the usual violence that comes with the territory of living across the border from Juarez, Mexico, the murder capital of the world. But then the violence crept across the border and into the US, leaving a path of death in its wake, and it became readily apparent: this wasn’t just death. This was . . .

An ongoing blogfic.
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Zombie Glasses by Nimja

Through the looking glasses.

The odd tales of a pair of glasses on a zombie. It’s as simple as that . . .  Or perhaps not. In a fairly standard post-apocalyptic world, we follow the tales of, well a pair of glasses, while we as the readers discover it ourselves. What happens next, no one knows . . .  Not even the author. . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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BAD INFLUENCES

Subtle, clever, thoughtful, and surprising

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Feb 27, 2013: This is a true blogfic, not a first person narrative thinly disguised as a blog. The experience is more like watching a play than reading a novel. The stage is set by the four blogger’s pages, giving us an impression of each character before a word is read. Mei, the artist, has put up one of her beautiful watercolours of rooftops seen from her university dorm in Beijing. Jack, cartoonist, gamer, and American farmboy, has a comic with zombies eating cauliflowers. English-Iranian Ash, nurse and aspiring permaculturalist, is [more . . .]

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THE APOCALYPSE BLOG

Why does the Apocalypse fit so well in a blog?

By ScaryTrue, author of Scary True

Mar 17, 2011: The Apocalypse Blog does a great job. It’s got solid writing – conversational, as suits the character and the blog – but literary in scarce moments. The story is compelling because the disaster is a mystery and not really something that the character ought to know much about. The kind of events that one might imagine would happen at the end of the world take well to the blog format. I guess that’s why there are so many zombie blogs these days. The Apocalypse Blog is (or was) one of [more . . .]

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