Contributions are open for Post-Self. If you wind up contributing, feel free to add yourself to this list by adding an entry to
_data/authors.yaml (there are instructions in that file). You may also publish anonymously!
Merge Conflicts with the Truth Jan 3, 2017 • Rating: green • Contains instance death
Ey feels no love for eir uncounted theorem instances.
Alopex#theoreminstance-conjecture7553;subconjecture8;instanceAE8B6 Awaken. One step. Failure to advance. Shame. Self-quit.
How could ey? So many of them disappoint em so quickly. Ey has at least done them the service of imbuing them with a purpose and (what seems to em at least) a meaningful name, and what does ey get repaid with, by the overwhelming majority of them?
Dear, Also, The Tree That Was Felled Sep 12, 2017
Après un rêve Feb 4, 2017 • Rating: yellow • Contains surgery, true death
Qoheleth Jan 26, 2017 • Rating: yellow • Contains instance death
The Jonas Clade Digest Jan 16, 2017 • Rating: green • Contains explicit language
Gallery Exhibition: A Love Story Jan 3, 2017 • Rating: yellow • Contains violence, cursing, instance death
This gallery exhibition serves as the capstone for Dear, Also, The Tree That Was Felled, of the Ode Clade in its role as fellow. The fellowship in instance art was created specifically for Dear in recognition of the excellence it brings to the field.
The Simien Fang school of Art and Design is proud to invite you to the opening of the exhibition. Location, time, and your ticket are attached to this message. We kindly request that you fork and send a non-#core/non-#tracker instance. We look forward to sharing this experience with you.
Aaaand we're open Dec 27, 2016
Post-Self is now officially open for submissions. All the tracks have been laid, there’s a start on the universe and a few characters to use, and hopefully dlvr.it works (this will be the first test, so, fingers crossed). The first story is in the works and will be up soon.
The Assignment Dec 26, 2016 • Rating: yellow • Contains needles, instance death, murder
The feeling of an instance merging state back with the tracker would never NOT make Ioan Balan#tracker uneasy. It wasn’t the differences in experiences, those could be anticipated, so much as the tiny changes in identity that resulted. Having to internalize a slightly different version of yourself was too close to experiencing a doppelgänger. Or perhaps hanging with a sib, fresh home from a semester abroad.