Lifetime Guarantee by Kevin Holton

It was November Seventeenth, and my pancreas was no longer under warranty. I’d climbed the fire escape to the roof of my New York City apartment, listening to sirens in the distance while I contemplated what to do next. Wasn’t like I had a lot of options. The automated text came in this morning, six…

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Space Bike Zombies FTW by Ingrid Garcia

Up in Space Station Zebra, Boyd voiced his displeasure about the new arrival. “A dewy-eyed babe thinking she can do a dangerous job.” His blond curls rippled in sync with his shaking head. “Women like her shouldn’t be in space.” “Women shouldn’t be in space?” Tameka said, “So what the hell am I doing here?”…

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Eos Quarterly: Ingrid Garcia

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 think I wanted to be a writer ever since high school, but real life events took precedence. Spain is still basically in a recession, with youth unemployment…

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Editor’s Corner: United We Fall

Year Two of Helios Quarterly Magazine is finally here! Many things are still on the horizon but, as of now, we’re moving forward with a new vision for the magazine. Britny Brooks and Reiss McGuinness have joined the team as the Head Serial Fiction Editor and Head Poetry Editor respectively. We’re excited to work as…

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Helios Quarterly Magazine Vol. 2, Issue 2: Redux & Progression

“Without struggle, there can be no progress” – Frederick Douglass Vol. 2, Issue 002 (Theme: Redux & Progression) Cover Art: Ride the desert by Tommaso Renieri Editor’s Corner: Future’s Past by Elizabeth O. Smith Art: Journey by Chlo’e Camonayan Poetry: The Tower (Coup de Foudre) by Nina Kaye (22 Lines) Mantic Rabbit Talks to a Tree at Sundown Day by Ethan…

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Vol. 2, Issue 1: Commerical Cosmonauts & Hired Guns

The final frontiers are populated with lawlessness and redemption. Science fiction is immersed in tales of those who have ventured to galaxies far far away, bringing home their stories and monsters from the infinite black abyss. The horror genre is filled with black widows, dark avengers, and holy warriors ready to fight against evil. Fantasy…

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