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Sovereign Citizens, by Laura Paul and Max Woodring
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A transient duo finds an abandoned mansion to camp out in, but comes to find many details of the estate inhospitable

The Space Under the Window, by Andrew Plotkin
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A new, experimental game that has no puzzles but uses only words that change your focus on things, thereby adapting the story. [--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

Stone Harbor, by Liza Daly
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You're good at what you do: tell tourists pretty lies about love, money, and life after death. That's what people want from a boardwalk psychic, and you deliver. It's not the future you imagined for...

Summit, by Phantom Williams
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A dream-like journey through a drifting life. Headphones recommended.

their angelical understanding, by Porpentine
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I train to fight angels in a monastery by the sea. Wear headphones. TW: Suicidal ideation, ableism, abuse, possible epilepsy trigger.

Traveler, by Caelyn Sandel
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Your awakening is slow and feels strange. You must have slept for a long time. As you float fitfully toward consciousness, you find yourself wondering if there is a word to describe the way one forgets a...

The Turnip, by Joseph Pentangelo
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A hole-based economy and a venison-based diet. You and your dog. And a turnip.

Ürs, by Christopher Hayes, Daniel Talsky
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You're a regular rabbit who's lived in the same warren your entire life. You have no reason to leave, but the THUD threatens to destroy all the baby kittens. Maybe something in the ancient places of the Ürs...

Universal Hologram, by Kit Riemer
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Dreams are nothing but organic simulations. In a computer-generated universe, the citizens of a far-future Martian colony begin projecting their consciousnesses out of their bodies using astral projection...

WE R THE WORLD, by Dan Hoy and Mike Kleine
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Recording of 'We Are the World' at Quincy Jones' mountain chateau in Topanga Canyon after the 1985 American Music Awards, but the harmonics are coded to unlock another dimension and summon a great(er) power.

What Fuwa Bansaku Found, by Chandler Groover
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A samurai explores a haunted shrine.

What the Bus?, by E. Joyce
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Your commute is simple enough. Or at least, it should be. But today, the entire public transportation system seems to have it out for you--and is it just you, or does the geography keep... shifting?

With Those We Love Alive, by Porpentine and Brenda Neotenomie
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no dreams written by porpentine scored by brenda neotenomie

You Couldn't Have Done That, by Ann Hugo
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Your first day on the job wasn't going to be pleasant. Such was inevitable. It's a big change. And, you are autistic. But this was a different story, far worse than unpleasant.

You Will Thank Me as Fast as You Thank a Werewolf, by B.J. Best
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It began when my mother's goldfish died on the dining-room table. I was about to tell her how I lived; my girlfriend and I were about to see the Wauwatosa Thunderdivers. We were dancing on the beach; we were...


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