The Emotions of Humans

“Do you really have to read that thing aloud?” She looked over the edge of her book, still in awe that she actually found one amongst the wreckage, and continued reading, “This is a terrible, horrible, incredibly foolish idea.” She slammed the book closed. “Let’s do it and see what happens.” Keel snorted. “You don’t … More The Emotions of Humans

An Envelope’s Edge

They told me to let it go. Following me as I made my way to the ventilation shaft, they—crew and colleagues alike—pointed out things that I already knew. Too dangerous, they said. Too risky, they complained. Think of the complications if you don’t make it back, they begged. It’s not worth it, they argued. And … More An Envelope’s Edge