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Where the cartoons go after the axe, good or bad…

Melody sat in the chair and regarded the two executives with suspicion. Then again, she regarded everyone with suspicion. She was a little blond-haired girl with a page boy haircut set back by a stiff headband, wearing a pink print…

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Hi everyone:

I’ll keep this as short as possible.

Many years ago, I wrote a novel called “Orthicon”, about the treatment of animated cartoon characters as if they were real, and made political prisoners by a political system that discouraged their worth.

I spent a number of years writing it…

Post-Apocalyptic Fiction


Jenny was at her laptop when the event happened.

When it blanked out, she was at a loss.

It wasn’t that she was an idiot. Far from it.

She had made herself well known among the local activist community, working for the larger world’s benefit. She was doing something…

David Perlmutter

David Perlmutter is a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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