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Thaumatrope is a twitter fiction magazine for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror fiction under 140 characters - edited by @nelilly.

Thaumatrope is a twitter fiction magazine for
Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror fiction
under 140 characters—edited by @nelilly.

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Feb 2, 2009

Nothing in the world could separate the two star-crossed lovers. Then the asteroid came.

Feb 9, 2009

“Son, one day all this land will be yours,” said the dinosaur.

Feb 24, 2009

The longest flash mob on earth happened when the aliens came and rounded all humans in huge pens. It takes time to eat an entire race.

Mar 8, 2009

As you know, Bob, this time machine is a one-way device, so if you press that button, whoever stands here won’t ever ret— no, don’t!

Mar 18, 2009

“I can’t feel my legs,” said the cyborg. “Count your blessings. I feel pain all over my body,” said the bottled brain.

Apr 4, 2009

Migraines. My head is going to explode. Damn, I will never buy third-rate neural implants for sale again.

Apr 5, 2009

When he powered the steam robot he had just built, Viktor Frankenstein felt greatly relieved; this time it would be different.

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