Bureaucracy, Stuffed Bears and Alien Duels
Four short stories by Daniel J. Lyons
A collection of first-person stories written starting in 1989 while the author was in high school and college.
These works have been left as originally written with only minor tweaks.
- About "A Visit to the Licensing Department"
- "A Visit to the Licensing Department"
A science fiction story about what life might be like if human lives were cheapened to the point where they could be taken legally as long as you have the correct permit.
- About "The Busiest Workday"
- "The Busiest Workday"
A speculative fiction story told by a mid-level angel that attempts to answer the question "will bureaucracy ever end?" by documenting the heavenly aftermath of the apocalypse.
- About "Come Around Here Often?"
- "Come Around Here Often?"
A science fiction story told by Captain Wilson Banski who, after an enemy attack destroys his ship, deals with misadventure and cultural misunderstandings after his escape pod lands on an alien planet.
- About "Best Friend Bears"
- "Best Friend Bears"
A fiction piece told by Sarah about growing up with her best friend Ann and their special pair of stuffed bears.
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