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ONLINE FICTION


NO RECORD'S ONLINE STORY ARCHIVE

Occasionally, No Record finds itself confronted with a dilemma: while good writers may be as numerous as the pilgrims on the Ganges, the cash to publish them is as rare as a steak dinner in Delhi. Like Buddha, we first attempted to bridge this spiritual gulf by renouncing our associations with the world, and plunging into reflection. Unlike Buddha, it didn't take us two thousand five hundred years to conclude that, technically, the only support this negative epistemology provided was technical, outsourced, and delivered in hand-me-down English to overpaid American yokels still scouring their keyboards vainly for the ANY key. Our chirographic potential has blossomed like the lotus; we deny its buoyancy at our peril. As producers in the cutting-edge industry of unknown-writer-publishing, No Record is now proud to present to you, absolutely free of charge, storytelling in its latest, greatest incarnation: online.

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CAR DODGING | Caleb Ross
Some games are more dangerous than others.


FRED RAYGUN KILLS CHRIST | Alexi I. Amnirov
A holiday retrospective in the fullest sense of the term.


IN THE ABSENCE OF EXTRAS | Ryan Michael Commis
When setting the Hollywood sign ablaze just isn't enough
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UNCIVIL QUESTIONS | William Walsh
The Socratic Method shakes hands with the 20th century
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THE WET NIGHTMARE OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER | Nicky Tiso
In the depths of passion, might Hannah Arendt have uttered this?


CERTAINTY AND RAIN | Benjamin Smith
Misbegotten love on a crowded commuter train.


BIOLOGY TEACHER | Frank Merritt
High school football tryouts take more than athleticism.


MORE UNCIVIL QUESTIONS | William Walsh
Because our previous inquiry didn't quite get far enough.