October 31, 2013
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Automaton

“Danny set up puzzles sometimes, once the AI got running and his machines began to learn. The way they moved, restraint was the easiest form of puzzle to build, so he’d switch them off, fasten a robotic arm to the table with a rope or a chain, then switch them on again.” New fiction by Alex Mattingly.

September 30, 2013
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Punchlist, Week of 9/30/13

“But the path to the correct answer is never a straight line.” Alex Mattingly shares his love of old-time radio programs.

September 16, 2013
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Heart of the City

“”‘This is going to be a little disturbing,’ Tom said, smiling, and then his smile widened and he reached into his mouth and wiggled his teeth until the white veneers came free.” A disturbing new Mythic Indy story by Alex Mattingly.

September 4, 2013
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Where You’re Calling To

“The pretty nurse sits me down, and I’d like to say something funny. Last time I gave blood, years ago, a nurse told me I was a phlebotomist’s dream.” New fiction by Alex Mattingly.

March 21, 2013
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Summer Cold

“The fact that Coates and I are not ill does not, truthfully, qualify us to teach English to the Burmese.” An Indiana story contest finalist by Alex Mattingly.

December 19, 2012
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The Year The Tree Fell

“Our most secret dream is also God’s most frantic truth, and the human tragedy is that we won’t believe ourselves awake when we hear the good news.” Amen, Alex Mattingly.

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