All posts by Josh Hechinger

The Morning After by David Baillie

The Bus Stop to Damascus

The bus had parked at Tim Willice’s stop, outside of the weird little cave he called a house. There was a cone on the walkway, warning people away from the pile of weird shit Tim’s parents had put out for some poor garbage man. Tim

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Late Night Snack of the Sea

It had been rough seas above, and I had come down to the ship’s kitchen for the strength-giving meat I’d need for next watch. Wind and rain and an empty stomach conspired to put me in a foul mood when I set eyes on the

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Waitin’ On The King of Terror

I wrote an article about Nostradamus for the school paper once. It was right after 9/11. I had heard someone on some show saying something about Nostradamus predicting it. One of those retroactive “ohh, the “firey heaven death king is a plane, I get it

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Something About This City

I didn’t bring a camera. That’s for tourists. And we’re not tourists. We’re not here for a vacation. This is business. Prep work, actually, getting the feel of the area before we have to come here on Real Business. My gut tells me that the

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Hope In The Time Of DD

We were doing house sweeps, a few weeks after the DD had swept through the town. We were keeping an eye out for survivors, but it was kind of half-hearted, I have to admit. We’d all seen what DD did to people, what it had