Top Voted Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles

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Running Out of Time
By , New Port Richey, FL
I never wanted this. I just wanted to live out the rest of the days I may have had left in peace. For the ability to live a longer life, I had to sacrifice the normal life I used to live. There's a reason I live by the phrase 'trust no one'.... (more »)
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The Story of Aurora
By , Lake Saint Louis, MO
There was a time when I lived free from any battles, curses, and torture. I was the princess of Dreamland Kingdom and stood beside my mother and father while they dictated our home. My parents were very strong leaders, and were great examples to... (more »)
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Ghosts In My Orphanage
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What is real to me is the screams of rage and tears of depression followed by the sting of a slap across the cheek of my heart. The  way my brain goes blank and then on a glance this tragic memory plays on a constant loop before my mind... (more »)
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Voices in my Head
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     Do you ever hear things? That no one else can? Voices? Music? Well, others do too. Listen now and you shall hear the story of one Elizebeth McCoy, a fellow host for the voices. It started off as any other day for Lizzy, with her alarm... (more »)
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Deja Vu
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It devoured my body. I found myself endlessly falling, but as gently as a petal whisked off a flower. My limp body felt no burden, yet I attained substance enough to sink. When the wave washed over and pulled me into the current below, I knew... (more »)
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The Boom
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The year was 2118 and civilization was advancing at its fastest rate ever. 100 years ago humans had never set foot on another planet in our solar system and now humans were travelling all over the galaxy at little expense. I owned a space travel... (more »)
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A Step
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“T minus ten seconds, nine, eight.” Lucas was sitting at a ninety-degree angle in the cockpit of a rocket ship. He had been preparing for this moment for many years, and he was the only one preparing for a trip like this. The year was 1969,... (more »)
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Random Writing Prompt
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You are a demon and you met a young girl with abusive parents. You pity her and decide to teach her what symbol to draw to summon you. You pick up a stick, grab her hand, and show her how it’s done. It’s 3AM, and you have just been summoned... (more »)
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Oddities
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It all began when we decided to save the world. We didn’t. In fact, I think we did the furthest thing from it. We - no, I - destroyed humanity with my oddities. “Control it, Martin!” I sobbed through the blackness, “I know it’s... (more »)
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Fire-Girl
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Chapter One I ran and jumped, my arms and legs aching. In front of me was my best friend, Aadya, her strong, muscular legs pumping fast. She wore a beige jumpsuit that exposed her dark arms and legs. She wore black boots. Her dark hair was... (more »)
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The Portal
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Chapter One: The Lord of Time He had done it! He had finally done it! He was looking at his masterpiece, the sum of all his work he had ever done. It was 2030, and in this little, abandoned warehouse, he had created the first time machine.... (more »)
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The Monster Under The Sea
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Part One- Pete It was dark. Not pitch black, but some greenish darkness that barely allowed shapes to form. All I could hear was the crashing of waves, all I could smell was the tang of seaweed. It was peaceful. That was, until my alarm... (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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