Tin Man by Jasmina Kuenzli

The following is an excerpt of a novel by Jasmina Kuenzli. He let the steel harden his hands, flow over his fingers like liquid silver. In the streetlights, she’d thought his eyes had looked curious. Something was off about them. He turned toward her, and that’s when she realized that his left eye glowed red. […]

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ASIMO

ASIMO — his name means Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility — visited New York City recently in order to wave at people, shake hands, walk up stairs, wear a backpack, hop and jog, and, yes, even do sign language among many other things. Maybe they should call him AWESOMO. “Yeah,” you might be saying, “but isn’t he […]

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