Category Archives: myths
I have never seen a wormhole, much less been into one, said Mark. You may know, or not know, that what we are describing is a swarm of minuscule living creatures able to transport anything, including a human body,
I left before it was time, said the old woman sitting on Julia’s tatami, and I did not tell a woman I loved how much I did love her. What brings me here every night is the hope to
When Julia reached him, the man pointed to a wooden house shadowed by a large oak tree. As they arrived at the door, the wiry man laid the bag at Julia’s feet, bowed and left. Finding herself alone in
Before time. Islands absorb the attitude of their residents. Ilonoa, the quiet island, sees few people around in the morning, and never has a seaman been born in Vesper, the island of builders and makers.
December, 1350. Helobiae, the ever-changing city, is born out of the water on the first twelve islands. December, 1476. Helobiae now integrates one thousand and eighty islands.
Before time. Fear of Catoblepas keeps people away from Filottera Island. 1933. Charles Cook, on the Academy Ship, visits the Island and finds traces of human life dating back to the fifteenth century.
Nikos, the bearded man continued, had boxes of knives and blades and three sets of scalpels, tools that could be used to heal a wound, remove a rotten tooth or assist with a birth. Petros had crates that housed glass
The sea was violent and the weather unpredictable and it did not matter, the bearded man said. The sea was theirs to explore for they could not stand still, they had to move to feel alive, the sea called them