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Volume 1, Issue 1, January 31, 2006
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A message from the editors:
        Welcome to our premiere issue of Electric Spec! We invite you to click on the links below and discover a variety of shockingly good short stories in the speculative fiction genre. If you enjoy humor, check out the parody, "Stanley Kubrick Channels Cheech & Chong." Watching the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey will never be the same again. And, don't miss the urban fantasy "Raising Archie," sure to make even the most stone-faced gargoyle smile.
        If you're in a darker mood, beware of the prescription of "Doctor Sam", or read "Changing the Blueprint," a shivery, sci-fi "tail." "The Adventure of the Counter-Culture Virus," a science fiction-mystery-thriller, pays homage to the great British detective at 221B Baker Street.
        Finally, "Remembering the River Woman" is a haunting and poetic flash fantasy that will stay with you long after you've finished reading.
        Welcome and enjoy!

--The Editors


Table of Contents

spacestation Stanley Kubric Channels Cheech and Chong
by Bruce Golden
gargoyle Raising Archie
by Michael Stone
forestDoctor Sam
by David Redd
baby Changing the Blueprint
by Barbara Davies
sherlock holmes The Adventure of the Counter-Culture Virus
by Kevin Korell
woman Remembering the River Woman
by Bruce Boston and Marge Simon

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