26 · Roy Meyers’s THOT To His Enemies

Cover artAyurvedic space hippies think they found the perfect gig, unaware that they're being exploited by scheming planetary real-estate developers — and the very wildlife they think they're protecting...
“Destiny and the Dolphins“, by Roy Meyers

Boom-Shankar, dear readers-at-home, let's have ourselves a good old-fashioned beach sesh!

Make love, not peace.

K explains about hemp. Khaki starts a new fashion-related quest.

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25 · Stephen Gresham’s Swomp Thang

Cover artThe band didn't read the fine print before they took the new gig, so...
“Dew Claws“, by Stephen Gresham.

A country crawfish boil, a brandy glass full of brown M&M's, a record deal with fine print and before you know it a small-town band's dreams are blown way out of proportion.

Count the toes and the dildos: the rise, fall and resurrection of Swomp Thang.

K stealthily tosses a pen at Her Majesty. Khaki gets a promotion, which he now always has had.

Special mention to @scattermoon on Twitter for her excellent literary accent joke and to to fabulous troubadour Cosmik for his superb song "Make America Great... Britain Again!"

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24 · Dominique Verseau’s Bringing Porn to the Pornless

Cover artThe first in a science fiction adventure series starring a beautiful sexologist on an intergalactic mission of love.
“Yolanda, the Girl from Erosphere“, by Dominique Verseau.

In a post-prude universe, a progressive scientist finds herself challenged by outmoded yet newfangled notions of propriety and we happily skate through our incomprehensive/ble knowledge of European sexual liberation.

K introduces Khaki to the Book Repair Studio and reassures him repeatedly. Khaki clears his throat repeatedly and in different languages and recounts a visit to a museum in Berlin.

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23 · Robert E. Mills’s Definitely Not Star Wars

Cover artDictatorial forces -- under orders from a cruel {Lord} -- hold the {Princess} hostage, in their efforts to quell the {rebellion}. A lowly {farm-boy} and the {scoundrel} captain of a quick ship, work together with the companionable {droid duo} to rescue the beautiful {princess}, help the {rebels}, and restore freedom and justice to the Galaxy.

“Star Fighters“, by Robert E. Mills.

We careen through our far-from-comprehensive knowledge of ‘70s swashbuckling space sci-fi as we share a bold and daring mission: review a Star Wars rip-off without ever saying ’Star Wars’.

(We do not last long, but we take a mulligan and try again!)

K has a morning after the night before. Khaki becomes creative with papier-maché.

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