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Letter From the Editor
By Emma Wood
By Thomas Faulhaber, Illustrated by Avery Multer
Robin lives in a religious society where her identity is determined at birth with an assigned “middlename”
Winner of the 2018 Science Fiction Contest
By Allie Aguila, Illustrated by Lingfei Li
A pair of illegal goggles have the power to return you to the imagination of childhood
2nd Place in the 2018 Science Fiction Contest
By Marlena Rohde, Illustrated by Nicole Qian
Viola discovers a mysterious golden seaweed that has the potential to change the world3rd Place in the 2018 Science Fiction Contest
By Benjamin Mitchell, Illustrated by Evelyn Yao
After rising sea levels and global temperatures render the world uninhabitable, self-sustaining “Communities” are formed
4th Place in the 2018 Science Fiction Contest
By Sterling Waterfield
I wonder why we call bats “bats”— why do we call them that? I wonder why little kids burp and crickets chirp and why snow is in the winter. Speaking of snow, why is it called snow and not sand? Why is music sometimes called a band? And why do people walk on land? And...
By The Editors
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