2021 Yearly roundup

2021 has been a very good year for GigaNotoSaurus. So for the first time, I’m writing a Yearly Roundup. We have gathered a great slush team and we moved our submissions system to Moksha, which has helped us in maintaining our submissions better. We had 789 submissions this year processed through Moksha (March through December […]

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Worn

Content advisory – attempted suicide, self-harm, emotional abuse, and homophobia. Uniform and her sisters sat in a circle. They had altered their customary cinema-style Space to a much smaller room. With its drab light-green walls, all they needed to do was trade their chairs for a bed, a TV, two foldable chairs and a drawer […]

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Julissa’s Haunted Rodeo

“This is the worst night of my life, but Im only fifteen.” Dad regards me indecipherably from the couch, his sweet potato chip pausing in midair. “Im being optimistic, actually,” I tell him. “Today is the worst night of my life, but in a decade it wont even be top ten.” He flicks the chip […]

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Teaching to the Test

With so few schools for uninfected children left, that meant I was out of a job—until the government passed the No Infected Left Behind Act. Teaching a class of forty teenagers who are developmentally-disabled cannibals isn’t as bad as it sounds. Really, they act out less than the average high school student. And the job […]

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Missed Calls

At first, the calls from the dead helped out a lot—parents decades lost to cancer finally able to cry to their kids, you made me so proud. Sure, closure is mostly a bullshit torture device. But tell that to someone who just got their first night’s sleep in months after a sister who died of […]

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The Enchanted Gardener

When Lyssa the Fair swept into the greenhouse, I knew right away she was bad news. First of all, she’d bypassed my security system at the front of the store which, okay, consisted of a bell on a string and a retired cat-demigod-librarian napping on the job. But the bell should’ve tripped. Instead, the famed […]

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