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Cossmass Infinities 11 – The Children of Alex Rankin | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 11 – The Children of Alex Rankin | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 11 – The Children of Alex Rankin Submitted by Paul Campbell on Nov 10th, 2010 Content Rating: General Written by Steve Vance Read by Paul W Campbell His name was Sergio Oliva, and the other children called him “Pollo.” “Chicken.” Melanie Rankin was sitting beneath the ancient elm in the southeast corner of the schoolyard, reading PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (for the third time), when she heard Sergio wheezing heavily while trying to keep up with the other eight­year­olds…

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Cossmass Infinities 9 – Under A Closed Sky | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 9 – Under A Closed Sky | Cossmass Productions

  Submitted by Paul Campbell on Sep 1st, 2010 Content Rating: Parental Guidance Written by Colum Paget Read by Stefanie Gallacher They come at night, of course. Infra-red vision gives them yet another advantage in the chaotic dark, and perhaps they believe they cannot similarly be seen under night’s black blanket. They hit the shanty-town with three auto-striders left over from Stupid War II. Behind these are the troops with their night goggles, keeping their distance not because they fear…

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Cossmass Infinities 8 – Sister of the Benevolent Gods | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 8 – Sister of the Benevolent Gods | Cossmass Productions

Submitted by Paul Campbell on Aug 10th, 2010 Content Rating: General Written by Ripley Patton Read by Stefanie Gallacher When I was young, mortality seemed tremendously romantic. I left the Mountain of the Gods when I came of age, filled with youthful wanderlust and strong desire to thumb my nose at my family, though I wouldn’t have admitted it then. I wasn’t a goddess yet. Most humans think all immortals are divine, but within our pantheon, men are born gods,…

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Cossmass Infinities 7 – Early Edition | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 7 – Early Edition | Cossmass Productions

Submitted by Paul Campbell on Jul 1st, 2010 Content Rating: Parental Guidance – 13 Written by Don Norum Read by Paul W Campbell Kyle Gardner was at his desk sipping coffee and organizing notes, flush with the spiking of a story with ten seconds till deadline. The phone rang. “Kyle Gardner, Baltimore Courier.” “Kyle. I was wondering…” His wife’s voice, cracking, pulling hard to keep itself together. “Did you pick Megan up from school early today? Took her to work?”…

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Cossmass Infinities 5 – Half-Breed | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 5 – Half-Breed | Cossmass Productions

Submitted by Paul Campbell on May 1st, 2010 Content Rating: General Written by Jo Thomas Read by Paul W Campbell After she had run to the end of the beach, she walked down to the water. With her hands in her pockets, she pursued the waves up and down, following the water as it was pulled away, walking away and back up the beach as it came in. A simple game, even childish, but she was no longer child-like enough…

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Cossmass Infinities 4 – Our Father’s Eyes | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 4 – Our Father’s Eyes | Cossmass Productions

Submitted by Paul Campbell on Apr 1st, 2010 Content Rating: Parental Guidance – 13 Written by Georgina Kamsika Read by Rachel Beveridge Fluffed up blonde hair, baby blue eyes and lips red like the cherry she still has, Britney’s working that street corner like she’s been doing it for years. Fifteen going on twenty, she has the pimps wrapped around her finger so we can stake out this spot no trouble. My best friend since infant school, she’s always been…

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Cossmass Infinities 3 – Suicide is Painless | Cossmass Productions

Cossmass Infinities 3 – Suicide is Painless | Cossmass Productions

Submitted by Paul Campbell on Mar 1st, 2010 Content Rating: Parental Guidance Written by Don Norum Read by Paul W Campbell Lucia got up out of bed and stood naked in front of the mirror to examine her body in the dim light. Alexander Perez pushed the sheets down to his waist and sat up on his elbows, watching the gentle bulge of neuroptic interface clusters beneath her skin, sockets glinting like diamonds as they caught the gentle glow from…

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