The Agent: Fiction from CG Inglis, Part 6

Happy New Year!

Sci-Fi-O-Rama is leaping into 2019 with the sixth installment of A Colour Like Orange: Stories from a Broken World“, a series of interlocking stories from Toronto writer CG Inglis.

In this month’s story we follow two agents of the Institute on the hunt after a major breach in a secure laboratory. A new hole has been ripped in the fabric of reality and somebody has got to close it before it swallows the city whole.

CG Inglis takes us behind the goggles and into the hardboiled world of the Capital’s most feared authority in “The Agent“.

Masks: Fiction from CG Inglis, Part 5

Sci-Fi-O-Rama presents the fifth installment of A Colour Like Orange: Stories from a Broken World“, a series of interlocking stories from Toronto writer CG Inglis.

In this month’s story, a night of partying takes a strange turn for a group of friends after they add powder to the mix. When they stumble upon a box of masks, will they choose to wear them? Or is it the other way around?

CG Inglis takes us deep into concealed mysteries in “Masks“.

A Seer: Fiction from CG Inglis, Part 4

Sci-Fi-O-Rama presents the fourth installment of A Colour Like Orange: Stories from a Broken World“, a series of interlocking stories from Toronto writer CG Inglis.

In this month’s story, a freelance photographer takes a job documenting the city’s homeless population. What she thought would be a simple gig turns complicated when she meets Maria, a homeless woman who can see what others can’t. In a world full of holes, it can be easy to fall in…

CG Inglis takes us along winding cracks and into dark spaces in “A Seer“.

The Ride: Fiction from CG Inglis, Part 3

Sci-Fi-O-Rama is back with the third installment of A Colour Like Orange: Stories from a Broken World“, a series of interlocked stories from Toronto writer CG Inglis.

This month’s story takes us out of the cloistered spaces of the Institute and onto the hard streets of the Capital, where a teenage boy is taking his first ride with his step-sister’s crew of bikers. More than anything he wants to prove he belongs, but to do so he’ll have to ride harder and faster than he ever thought possible.

CG Inglis guns the throttle with “The Ride“.

Clinical Trial: Fiction from CG Inglis, Part 2

Sci-Fi-O-Rama returns with the second installment of A Colour Like Orange: Stories from a Broken World“, a series of interlocked stories from Toronto writer CG Inglis.

This month’s story delves into the mysterious Institute for Applied Research, where a young woman agrees to take part in a clinical trial to treat her chronic anxiety. When the treatment moves beyond anything she could have expected, she will find herself tested to the very core of her being.

Read on to find out what awaits her in “Clinical Trial“.

It’s rare to come across a piece of art that really moves me. This odyssey of distortion does just that.

Unnerving, strangely touching and certainly one of the most spellbinding and hallucinatory 5 minutes of music video your ever likely to see. This is but a taster of Luke Wyatt’s ‘Sad Stonewash’ (a Video Mulch) a 40-minute sojourn into the abyss of VHS.

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