Top Voted Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles

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Mr. Finch and Henry
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                One day in the lands of Amatuk, there was a man. His name was Finch. He was a very smart man. Luckily, a Grand Wizard taught him magic and has been... (more »)
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The Four Horsemen
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Across the gold sand dunes and beneath the scorching sun lays a village filled with desert people, who lived far from the growing of civilization. Years ago, these people studied the wisdom given to them from every grain of sand. They counted... (more »)
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Arizona and the Book of Fire
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Arizona had first seen the peculiar girl down on Winchester, sporting a feather hat and a black coat that fell to her ankles with bronze buttons down one side, walking with a book in her hands. Her eyes were trained on the words, and her lips... (more »)
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They Themselves and I
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twenty-six twenty-seven twenty-eight twenty-nine thirty Bryce rocked back and forth on her heels, counting the bricks in the wall. She knew, in some dim back corner of her mind, that she’d have to get back to the party eventually, but for... (more »)
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The Dawn
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                                                                                                1      The Dawn           Death...Herder dreamt of death. Of the inevitable, of the... (more »)
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Opulence: Another Peek
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I drive up to the gate, leading to the huge group home. It’s brick, old, and three stories. This is the local area for trainers and apprentices to stay. I moved out a while ago, when my basic training officially ended and I turned eighteen.... (more »)
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High Stakes This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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From his seat at the bar, Morse watched as the man in the dark suit moved from table to table, placing bets and shuffling decks and winning every game. Nobody else seemed to have noticed him. The man’s face was so bland it was almost entirely... (more »)
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The Randomizer This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Jeff glanced at the piece of paper in his hand once more, as if to confirm that he had found the correct office. It was so confusing here – all the identical white halls made this branch of Heaven seem like a labyrinth. At last, Jeff decided... (more »)
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Shrinkin Reality
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I never really got the point of school. Never have. You get up in the morning to go to a cruel place where you get educated, picked on, bullied, so on and so forth. I get good grades and all, 4.0, straight A student. I’m smart but not the... (more »)
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Forbidden Attic
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“Beep! Beep! Beep!” my alarm rang loudly. I felt my long, blonde hair lying on my shoulder. I heard the birds chirping. I saw my fluffy, white kitten lying on my bed at my feet. I felt happy because I knew it was Saturday and I had a feeling... (more »)
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PROLOGUE The soft in ward breathing of the female stood there silently in the dark room. Her eyes were forced open, from lack of sleep and fear. They were pierced wide open and she would jump slightly when she blinked. Her eyes stared at the wall... (more »)
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City Symphony
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I am set on his tattered blue jean knee, my strap placed on his back. I see vendors and people along the street. A hum hangs in the air as pedestrians meander along the sidewalk. I feel a sense of excitement with all the city-walkers and cars... (more »)
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Last Hope of Siandia
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The wind blew angrily against Terania, wiping his blue cloak harshly around his lean frame. A sword, with ruins running along its blade, hung on his left side. A spear was strapped to his back as well. Terania was a warrior, from his leather... (more »)
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Little Paper Ombre
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"It's alive!" "What is?" "Rodrigo, my little paper ombre!" "What?" "WATCH HIM DANCE!" "Wow. You're moving him around with your hands, so it looks like he's dancing...Lame." "But but but!!! I was just about to get to the good part!" I cried.... (more »)
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It's Your Time!
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As he looks out the window, Kal notices the sky changed from an Ocean blue to a Crimson fire-pit red. Kal ignored the red sky and proceeds to close the window, when somthing caught his eye. A shadow, like an empty black pit, standing next to the... (more »)
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Vampire's Ball
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A flicker of candlelight on spun-gold hair; a carefree grin aimed at the whole crowd and yet only for a mop of curly brown hair. The girl dances in an eerie rhythm only she can hear. The boy, caught by the phantom song too, catches the grey-eyes... (more »)
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