Flowers In The Dark runs close to 900 words -- considerably longer than March's story. It's also moodier and more serious than March's story, all about cults and choice and the growth of the surveillance state, and a few other things, some of which I'm aware of. I think you'll enjoy it.
Not to pick on any particular designer credited with designing humanity; you can point the finger at any of them, or at one lost to the mists of time, or at one yet to be imagined if you'd like. But if you stipulate an intelligent designer who designed the human being, I would like to... Continue Reading →