Triangle To Doom

The is the second of ‘Sjef’s Super Stories’, written aged 11 in my last year of primary school; 1992. Unfortunately I have no recollection of why Australia required the SEGA games, but I’m sure they were absolutely necessary at the time.

“Dad’s home!” Jack yelled, hearing the motorbike roaring up the drive. … Continue reading “Triangle To Doom”

Escape Through Thought

The is the first of ‘Sjef’s Super Stories’, written aged 11 in my last year of primary school; 1992. For this story I would like to apologize to Mexicans. I now believe you can shoot just as straight as everyone else, no demonstrations will be required.

He was standing on the bridge, gallows above … Continue reading “Escape Through Thought”

Sjef’s Super Stories

I recently rediscovered a manuscript documenting what has long been my most prolific year as a writer, 1992. Sjef’s Super Stories are what remains of my output during writing time in that last year of my primary school education. Each story was written out longhand in a long lost exercise book, spell-checked by a … Continue reading “Sjef’s Super Stories”

Atemporaneous Continuality

This is the fourth assignment for ‘Introduction to Cyberpunk Literature’ at P2PU.org. This penultimate assignment asks where we are going, and whether or not we have a choice. We will look at the developments since the days of Cyberpunk and some of the trends currently emerging from, in and around Science Fiction.

“Cyberpunk … Continue reading “Atemporaneous Continuality”