a missive from the microHorde
Greetings, swarm. In the past month your bipedal race have advanced seven hundred and twenty thousand miles, by the measure of your position on the Earth's surface; while spinning at a rate of a thousand miles per hour, you travel one hundred and eighty thousand miles in a week; nearly twenty six thousand miles a day.
Our self have come to meet with full success over the matter at hand of seizing the reins at the helm of the Freezine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, what we've come to understand to be a blog archived on the world wide web. Our self have achieved this by virtue of quantum loop technology beyond your wildest imaginings, operating as we are by hyper extended modular remote gravitational magnetic control from a location twenty three years in your future. In keeping with this august zine's sporadic tradition of reprinting old classics, Our self presents to you all, the internet browsing public, a science fiction novella originally published in a 1946 issue of a pulp magazine known as Planet Stories.
Now, seventy-six years later, Our self, with the help from the editorial staff at the Freezine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, present Ray Bradbury's The Creatures That Time Forgot, in thirteen short, easy-to-read installments. Click story image below to begin and just click your way through all thirteen parts, presented in pleasing .18 Georgia font with new AI digital art, including some restored vintage illustrations curated and colorized by Our self's editorial staff. Thanks to the people over at Project Gutenberg for providing the formatting in etext for Our self to copy and reproduce here as desired for the slowly accumulating legion of readers interested. Without further ado...
[Transcriber's Note: This etext was produced from
Planet Stories Fall 1946.
Extensive research hasn't uncovered evidence that
the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.]
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