The Immigrant

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Dysfictional

Might as well start at the beginning, with one of the first short stories I wrote, back in the 90s, before I knew the first thing about writing fiction. COVER_FINAL

Since then, this story has evolved and undergone some major rewrites.

Here is the latest edition, most recently published by WPaD Publications in their science fiction anthology, Strange Adventures in a Deviant Universe. 

THE IMMIGRANT

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“We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet.”

~ Stephen W. Hawking ~

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Richard Simmons had apparently let himself go, and wandered into the wrong office in search of a soup kitchen. The man standing at the counter was not the real Richard Simmons, of course, but aside from his grimy, ragged appearance, he could have been the famous fitness guru’s twin.

Doppelgangers were a common sight in Phil’s line of…

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