„Descent of the Seeker into Katarghatargha” Excerpt from a Religious Document of Species punctus impia by Adam Lovasz

„Suppose, for instance, that humans reproduced in the numbers that insects do and that the early elimination of the vast majority of humans who were born was necessary for the survival of the genes of any. Suppose also that, like most insects, care of offspring was unnecessary. Given these conditions, behaviors that manifest sympathy for…

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Dracula-Creole (Can English Save Pachamama?) by Jun Cola

Chatterbox climate summits are made for the anointed ones, those linguistic savvy English-speaking leaders who prate about diplomacy in a searing world. That’s how a not so welcoming COP21 caught the attention of the global community late last year. No matter how articulate, impassioned or defiant arguments are posed to fossil fuel extracting, carbon emitting…

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Helios Quarterly Magazine Vol. 1, Issue 2: RE_ACTED

“Near the sun is the center of the universe” – Nicolaus Copernicus Vol. 1, Issue 002 (Theme: RE_ACTED) Cover Art: Zombie robots of DOOM by Devin Francisco Editor’s Corner: Our Secrets by Elizabeth O. Smith Art: Prey by Ron Sanders Cheese by James Keen (toeken) Something Ravaged, Something Red and The Beast Within by Shikhar Dixit…

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Helios Quarterly Magazine Vol. 1, Issue 1: Miscommunication

“The sun is new each day” – Heraclitus Vol. 1, Issue 001 (Theme: Miscommunication) Cover Art: 42 by Devin Francisco Editor’s Corner: New Horizons by Elizabeth O. Smith Art: BINASA by Sigied Himawan Yudhanto (cranenoir) Poetry: Ventriloquist by Richard King Perkins II (6 Lines) Resonance by Linda Neuer (21 Lines) A Scavenger of Words by J. J. Steinfeld (25 Lines)…

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