*** "DOMINION" By Nathan Warner Dominion All nature abhors a vacuum, Weyoun thought, gazing out over the known universe. And the wisdom of the Founders would fill it! He patted the console of the Dominion Battlecruiser beneath him. Outside in space, the ship lazily considered the horizon of its habitat. It was the sole apex predator of its realm, and it knew … [Read more...] about NATURE ABHORS A VACUUM
This category includes all short stories related to anything science fiction and fantasy based to include other various topics such as comic and graphic novel, anime, and other sub categories of short stories.
*** About the Artist As a kid Nathan Warner always wondered how a Galaxy Class Saucer landed. How exactly does a Borg Cube "excavate" an entire colony? What would a new golden age of Starfleet exploration look like after the Dominion War? As an amateur artist, I woke up one day realizing I had the ability to finally share these daydreams with other … [Read more...] about SHADOWBOXING
*** Sajik waited outside the medical tent while the battle waged on only a stone’s throw away. The constant torrent of humanity at its worst, ringing in his ears. The High Marshal’s forces were dwindling as western invaders gradually crumbled their center. Scale Backs, the westerners heavily armored elite, had been sent in and were wreaking havoc on their own comparatively … [Read more...] about One Last Ride
Loneliness permeated the halls of Genevieve's dreary, depressing abode. Words spoken fell upon no ears but those of mice and other rodents which roamed about, leaving behind their filth and grime. Sometimes, birds would fly in through the open windows, sailing straight past the boundaries protecting her home and entering in hopes of building a nest sheltered from the weather. … [Read more...] about Pariah: A Short Story
October 13th, 1991. Rain splattered the bedroom window like paint onto a canvas, forming watery shapes that danced on the glass. No lights were left on within the house, leaving everything dark and eerie with only moonlight and street lamps providing a faint glow through the windows. Sitting on his bed with its blue Batman sheets, legs curled criss-cross and staring out into … [Read more...] about The Lake: A Short Story by Alex London