Story: "Cat" by Jesse Rice
Genre: Science Fiction, Mystery
There once was a cat. There once was a cat, in space. There once was a cat, in space, named Cat. Cat learned many things as she grew, but she never learned how she knew her name was Cat. She never knew her parents, she never knew anyone while she existed floating in space. Still, somehow, she knew she was named Cat. But how? That was the greatest question of her life, and she devoted her life to solving it.
"Cat" by Jesse Rice
Works by Jesse Rice:
The Missing Kitten (Kitten Mysteries Book One)
Trapped (Kitten Mysteries Book Two)
Cover Attribution: Adapted from "Pipsqueak Star Unleashes Monster Flare NASA release date May 9, 2008"
Story: "Look Both Ways" by Winston Crutchfield
Genre: Mystery, Strange
Metal screamed and glass fragmented backwards through Lizzie’s vision, rushing in upon itself, each shard finding its own place in the windshield of the yellow cab. Spiderweb cracks through the glass fused and sealed into scratched clarity between the driver and the tattered wipers, choking the off-key trumpet of the car’s horn into silence. Steam rolled downwards, condensing itself into the radiator. In the middle of the intersection, the cab skidded backwards and to its right, separating itself from the grill of a city bus easily four times its size.
"Look Both Ways" by Winston Crutchfield
Critical Press Media
Fishers of Men
The fisher of men has left his old life behind and embarked upon a new calling into unfamiliar territory at the express behest of a higher power. Stories suitable for this project will include a character who undergoes a life-altering experience that directly results in his decision to leave behind his old life. (Note: Submissions are still open as of November 18, 2013)
Sound Effects Attribution: TasmanianPower, Julien Nicolas, avakas, THE_bizniss, musicmasta1, sagetyrtle, ngruber, hanstimm, kyles, j1987, audible-edge, LanDub