Way Station

by Clifford D. Simak So long as there were no questions, there need not be any answers. The strange figure of Enoch roams the land, rifle slung in arm, just as he’s been doing for the last 100 years. And since he lives such a solitary life, the people who notice his longevity leave him... Continue Reading →


by Clifford D. Simak “But for speech and hands, we might be dogs and dogs be men.” The story opens with Dogs, sitting around discussing the possible previous existence of a creature called Man. But they cannot prove his existence one way or another, so they reference a document they’ve found containing eight stories concerning... Continue Reading →

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