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BUILT FROM HUMAN PARTS is a prose/comics/audio anthology magazine featuring stories by real life humans about what it is like to be a real life human. It releases periodic print collections as well as online fiction. 

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Impersonal Apocalypse

This is part 2 of the serialized story JUMPCUT MEMORY. To catch up, look at the archive of stories HERE. Cheryl woke up feeling like a burden had been lifted from her. She touched her cheek and it was wet. She tried to dig around and see whether she had possibly been dreaming, and whether…

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Day 0 Third row, aisle seat, Jack Saunders opened the Inflight magazine. Distraction from the boredom of delay. He read a feature on the best ten cafes in Vienna. Another about the emerging club scene in Budapest. Cities he had no intention of visiting. Next, he picked out the safety advice card, studying pictograms so…

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Jumpcut Memory

He stood there in the library with his portable EMP blaster, and he erased everything electronic. He’d been transcribing the books for a long time – years in fact. The important ones. Project 451 he called it. He had hard copies of everything. His girlfriend thought he was insane, but then she worked in an…

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The Flick of the Wyvern’s Tale

All the perimeter Berndnaut Clouds had tethered themselves to the recharge post beside the entrance, their mist obscuring the anchor points. The Collector tapped the Driver’s shoulder.   “Something’s not right. Drive slowly.”   The Driver nodded, playing his role well. He was a Character Actor from a leading repertory theatre company. In addition to…

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