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CyberSpace - Augmentation Tables

These are PDF scans of the original cyber augmentation tables from "CyberSpace" (Iron Crown Enterprises, 1989). Click here.

UbiquiCity Map - book 2 version

UbiquiCity Map
This map shows the locations of important spots throughout the city, from both books.

from "Two Heads on a Platter" by Rick Rosenkranz

That’s odd. Leefield had checked the schedule in the morning and no shipments had been on it. To re-verify, he asked Melba to bring it up again. When the calendar materialized in front of him it confirmed that fact: nothing was due to arrive.

“What’s in the shipment, Ms…. Ms….” He paused, trying to remember her name. She was relatively new to the job, hired within the last nine months sight-unseen based upon the recommendation of the Twin Lions.

from "Ghost Story" by Brad Cole

“Hey, Chirp, reference Alfredo here and show me where its code is being stored,” she told her agent. A few seconds later, a laser-brilliant line of light extended from the virtual dog to a server concealed in the base of a nearby street lamp. Nina relaxed her mind, and began to navigate the various connections with her own neural circuitry and the small but powerful computer she carried on her person. She found Alfredo’s program, and opened it up to view the various ownership rights...

from "Playing with Dolls" by D. M. Dore

Feel. Want. Take. The song seduces me, and I seduce those who watch.

I push onto the tips of my toes and hold for a few seconds, enjoying the stretch of calf muscles. When I return to flat feet, my hands go to my waist. I’m about to start a slow grind to the floor when the music hiccups.

“You have a message,” G says. “Urgent.”

I freeze, heart seizing in my chest as the song’s crescendo reaches its peak. Breathe. Relax.

I should open it. Tagged as urgent can only mean one thing, but I hesitate instead.

from "The Heart of a Doctor" by G. Dean Manuel

««Mei-mei, I have noticed a significant increase in your core temperature. Are you feeling unwell or is this because you are embarrassed?»»

“Not now, Hiratsu!” she subvocalized. Mainly to distract herself, she asked aloud, “Where are we going today, Doctor? You haven’t told me yet.”

The smile fell from Dr. Greymane’s face. She looked directly into Mei’s eyes for a moment, almost as if she was looking for something. “Bosing”—her eyes never left Mei’s face—“and don’t call me Doctor. Call me Linda from here on out.”

from "Dork Knights of Harohbakh" by S L Koch

Rhett glared back at Meeps, a wash of betrayal across his lips. "You live stream our sessions?"

Meeps shrugged. “People like our sessions. Lazy people who pay me to watch this. The most popu—”

Rhett examined the chat stream that scrolled by over Meeps’ head. The last reply read: the laziest.

"Perverts. Ugh." Rowan groaned as she flagged some of the sleazier comments in the chat.

Rick Rosenkranz

Rick Rosenkranz is a writer from Seattle who will be publishing his sci-fi Luminarium series (Dark Evasion and Bright Manifest) in the coming year. He's also working on a fantasy Stormguard series called The Stormguard Ten and The Stormguard Dead. "Two Heads on a Platter" is his first published work.

Brad Cole

Brad Cole writes near future science fiction. Look for his next piece in the upcoming Neon Shadows anthology from Indie Author Press. He is also putting together his own collection of cyber- and bio- punk tales for publication, and assisted with Arbee Cole's 21st Century Tales of High Fantasy (available now at Amazon.com). He currently resides in the Greater Cincinnati area. Check out his website at worldsofcole.blogspot.com

D. M. Dore

D. M. Dore is an avid reader from Quebec who is currently in the process of independently publishing her first novel while working on developing her blog. Her interests include sci-fi, fantasy, and all things supernatural. She blogs at dmdore.com. Follow her on Twitter: @dore_deirdre or Instagram: dedge_106

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