Posts Tagged ‘Science Fiction’

幽灵船

Falb and his brother wandered through the wilderness, surrounded on all sides by the trees of a dark forest. Their steps were noiseless on the soft soil, following a well-trodden path, the only path. Even though these woods were dangerous, the brothers felt no fear, for they had crossed them many times before, and would…

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A COMMUNICATOR WITH ANIMATE OBJECTS

“Few people made the entire journey up from Earth in those days, from surface through atmosphere and right into space: for the right prize, Hakon Ambrose was one of them. He had started from one of the unelevated piers, quickly passed through the coruscating flash-flurry of the arcologies and their ever rising solar panels, then…

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UPPUMISE TUNNE (THE SENSATION OF DROWNING)

Translated into Estonian by Kristjan Sander “Ühel planeedil – maailmas – rändasid inimesed tasandikke mööda ringi, küttides ja söödavat otsides. Mõni neist leidis kohti, kuhu paikselt elama jääda, maad harida, jõgesid ümber suunata ja impeeriumeid rajada. Nende külakesed kasvavad linnadeks, nende linnad linnastuteks; ja aja jooksul sulab üha rohkem ja rohkem neist asustuskeskustest ühte.” Published…

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THE WAY UP, THE WAY DOWN

“Unlike most people, Charlie had a job. He lived on Earth and worked in space, and for his daily commute, he took the elevator. It went right up to Icarus Station on the orbital ring, 132 minutes for one trip, only a few hundred kilometers above the planet. Whenever one cage left from the Beehive…

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THE MELODIC TRAVELS OF A MAN SELLING LIVES

“Marcus smiled when he was happy and also when he was sad–he smiled when he made people laugh and when he made them cry. Every day at work, he changed people’s lives with a smile: when he sold them new costumes to slip into, consisting not of seams and fabric but of intangible concepts, of…

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A COMMUNICATOR WITH ANIMATE OBJECTS

“Few people made the entire journey up from Earth in those days, from surface through atmosphere and right into space: for the right prize, Hakon Ambrose was one of them. He had started from one of the unelevated piers, quickly passed through the coruscating flash-flurry of the arcologies and their ever rising solar panels, then…

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