Imperfect Solution by Marie DesJardin

He had no heart. Whatever he’d once had in that department had been shot out in the attack that had taken his manhood along with everyone he’d ever cared for. All that remained was a mechanical heart, mechanical hands, mechanical eyes that searched the data, over and over, seeking for its next target. “Most were soldiers already,”…

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Eos Quarterly: Marie DesJardin

1. First, tell us a little about yourself. When did you want to become an author? What inspires you to do what you do? Who are you? I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to write. When I was little, I’d tell stories to my mother who would write them down for me,…

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Editor’s Corner: Our Secrets 

As Helios Quarterly enters its second issue, I’ve become concerned about the future. Will it last? Will it live up to expectations? Though these questions and many more will remain unanswered, I cannot help but speculate on information that is outside of my reach. We are strangest to ourselves and all on a journey towards an…

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Eos Quarterly: Alexis Henderson

As Helios Quarterly will release four times a year, I wanted a way to stay engaged with the readers and still promote writers on the margins especially. With the submission of a wonderful piece by a woman of color, Eos•Quarterly was born. Eos, goddess of dawn and sister to Helios and Selene, will be a…

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Vol. 1, Issue 2: RE_ACTED

The secrets being kept from us reveal a world in of themselves. Science fiction has a long speculative history of new technology and species, the likes of which humanity has never seen. The horror genre always aims to excite and instill fear, with depictions of possessions and cruel vengeance. Fantasy literature can always teeter on…

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