The End of Mankind

by Rae Cod “How long has he been infected with the parasite, Mr Kant?” asked Doctor Fenton, keeping her face as neutral as possible. This was the tenth case presenting with intensive acceleration they’d had this week. The patient – the host – was under sedation in isolation; isolation to supposedly protect others from the… Leer más The End of Mankind


by Daniela Topîrcean Isolde’s anxieties were wandering in me undone. Juliet’s innocence was blossoming in my eyes -like a tide, the anxiety of first love fled my shore of the heart defying my weightlessness, bright wings. Lost ships, diaphanous ghosts, dishevelled, were wandering in me attracted by a silent resonance. Image by Gloria Williams from Pixabay