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Railroad Train to Heaven by Dan Leo

The supposed memoirs of Arnold Schnabel, a brakeman/poet recovering from a mental breakdown in the quaint seaside resort of Cape May, NJ, in 1963. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Existential Terror and Breakfast by Rev. Fitz

An existential serial with cereal.

Existential Terror and Breakfast follows the dreary, listless life of Malcolm Steadman. It concerns not the exciting, life affirming moments of his life, but rather the tedious, boring moments that are interrupted by epiphanies both bleak and terrible without warning when he fails to busy himself. It concerns the moments that make breakfast too profound to eat. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Rackham & Crane by Nathan Bruinooge and Phil Chase

A correspondence

This is a serial correspondence between two fictional characters, Benjamin Rackham and Eliot Crane. Their letters are written by Phil and Nate, respectively, who build the narrative by responding to each other’s letters, but do not otherwise communicate or coordinate concerning the plot. In the story so far, a supernatural disaster has befallen Albion (a fictional England), and our . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Coma Imprisonment: Revolutions by Anthony Kim

What if all killers were struck down by a coma?

On August 8th, 2026, all killers are struck down by a coma, never to awake again. From that day forward, killing another human being is unavoidably punished by falling into a coma. The many scourges of the modern world come to a halt as anyone who kills another human being instantly falls into the Coma Imprisonment. All wars . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Whodunit140 by whodunit140

The daily SMS comedy murder mystery twitter novel you've always craved

Whodunit140 is experimental fiction using the twitter.com website as a publishing medium. The novel is written and SMSed to twitter everyday. Each instalment fits tightly into the 140 character limit of the Twitter system. Whodunit140 is a comedy detective novel set in London, UK. . . .

An ongoing scripted series, with new episodes daily.
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Perspective Pourri by Jesse Graves

Life, Madness, Murder...and Cats!

This is a story about a girl, her feline friend and the assortment of things they get into. A tale of life, madness, murder and cats along with weird elements and slices of life. A story that’s about people as much as it is about the unusual. Also reality might be not really be at it seems with all . . .

A complete series.
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The Smell Collector by David Hill Burns

The story of a man whose only meaningful contact with the world is through smells, who is slowly working his way out of his mother’s basement out into the wide world of people and relationships. The Smell Collector tells the story of Jim Bronson and Marie Bellman. Jim has a hobby. He collects smells. Marie happens to have the . . .

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No Man An Island by G.S. Williams

Boy meets girl. Fights demons. Faces the devil to save the world. Your basic love story.

Eight friends gather for a reunion vacation, but go missing after a hurricane strikes along their plane’s flight path. While friends and family mourn their loss when the crashed plane is found, the impossible happens: they appear in public claiming to have been in a cave in the mountains. Missing for months, they have no memory of the interval. What . . .

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Improvisational Oblivion by Ron Andrew ODaniels

Short weird Fiction

Short Slice of life fiction and some serial short fiction. Strange and weird. The site also includes video and some occasional video also by the author. All is written as it falls out and published immediately thereafter. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated almost daily.
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das orbit by leo vladimirsky

space sucks... stay home

The life and times of a disgruntled janitor on a poorly run space station, das orbit is a satire/indulgence of classic science fiction themes. . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts sporadically.
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The Northern Caves by Nostalgebraist

An online message board devoted to a cult fantasy author wrestles with his baffling final book. . . .

A complete novel.
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Commercial Novel by Anonymous

From desperation, art.

An experimental novel combining crass commercialism, reader response, and time-tested themes like love, fear, and desperation. . . .

A serialized novel, with no recent updates.
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THE PUZZLE BOX

Enjoyed It

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Oct 4, 2008: I should probably make one comment before I write about the story.

I hate flash.

In case you don’t know, flash is a technique for animating on the web. The Puzzle Box uses flash to open every chapter, forcing you to wait while an animation goes by.

It’s not a terrible thing, but, as mentioned, I hate flash and so prominent use of [more . . .]

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MANY: THE BLOG OF A SPACE PROBE

Wow

By Winna, member

Jan 2, 2014: I’m an agnostic, as well as an astrophysicist. I found this story, so far, to be quite entertaining. The Editor, Chris Poirier, missed the point of the early chapters. Though, when he had reviewed it, not much had happened.

Since then, the story has evolved quite a bit.

I believe the robot’s sentience is new, in other words, he thinks like a child. Which leads to some wondrous descriptions of our universe, [more . . .]

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