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It is the year 3040 and everybody communicates with the communicator3000, a futuristic phone that they live their lives with. They are all born mute, and are to never put their device down. But 16 year old Kataya Micheals is sick of it. Then she gets thrown back into the past, where people are...
By Innovative Whale
My image of the future. WORK IN PROGRESS
By Innovative Whale
I wrote this for school earlier, part of it is based on Mass Effect 3.
In the future, a corrupt, omnipotent government controls the milky way. a forever-expanding group of friends try to escape the diseased earth, dodging government traps, law-enforcing androids and the difficulties of being a teenager. relationships form within the group, and friendships that will...
By James Ceria
Genres and Themes: Science Fiction, Tragedy, Mystery, Thriller, Dystopia, Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Robots, Morals.
In a future where the world is highly advanced in technology, robots technically take up the majority of the world's population. The world may very well be taken over by...
A journal is recovered from a dystopian past.
This is created as a contrast to my previous poem, 'The Hidden World We do not see'. Artificial Dystopia
By Matthew Bissonnette
Set at the end of the twenty-first century where technology dominates all aspects of life. Calvin Smith, a troubled man who dislikes technology buys a robotic companion since he does not like to be alone.
Destruction reigns across the Earth as the Megacorporations rise up. All that is against them is The Commodore Nation, run by the elite troops called Commodores and their soldiers, the Commandos.
A young man raised to be the story teller of his people inadvertently becomes the spark of a world wide revolt against tyranny.
This short piece is a look at a world of fallen machines. It was inspired by the accompanying picture, taken by yours truly. I hope you enjoy!
Sage Ovesque's world runs on irregularity. Everyone has to be different, or they are taken. The buildings change location and shape daily, and robots roam the streets searching for similarities. One week of the year people are allowed to be similar. Sage plans to make that week worthwhile.
By Lee Hall
The origins of how my book came to be and what 2013 has meant for me....
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST BEFORE YOU READ THE STORY!!!!!!
This is for masharocks science fiction contest.
Not my best work but I tried. I really suck at science stuff anyway.
My song, Awake, inspired me to write this. It may be a weird song for y'all to listen to. So listen to it or not, it's...
A poem about the modern world and the working life, as well as society. Do not mistake this as a simple Marxist critique. The Poem criticises every aspect of modern industrialised life and society as a whole, transcending mere ideology. In fact, if you actually read in between the lines, it is...