By Chris Whigham Kill one guy, spend life in a Terra Firma cell. Kill 27, earn a one-way ticket to a 12×12 box on a floating rock in space. Although, I prefer to believe I liberated them from their earthly bonds. Potato, potawto. At least I got a window. They want me to see that […]
Gareth Foy I stare at the Earth on my viewscreen and pretend it is normal: beautiful swirling clouds, moving along their various streams and storms, glimpses of ocean and land, ice and desert, mountain and plain. I have switched off my waves-receiver as I do not enjoy listening to the screams or cries for help. […]
By Claire Davon Earth would be the last thing I saw. The bright blue orb shone with unconscious irony on my shattered body lying prone on its satellite’s surface. Home, so close and so far away, beckoned to me with its clouds and oceans. From my vantage point, I made out Africa, and not my […]
ADAM MASON GRAVITY CITY DIGITAL MAGAZINE ISSUE #2 INTERVIEW by Artie Cabrera Published 2020. Artie: Hello, Adam! I’ve been looking forward to this for a while. Especially, since I’ve become a huge fan of Black Antenna and you as a director. Adam: Thanks man. AC: You were quoted as saying that great art comes […]
Written By Paul Kohler A lunar day is equivalent to 29.53 earth days. That’s 708.7 hours from sunset to sunset. And because the moon is tidal-locked to earth, our view never changes. To say that I’m tired of being on this god-forsaken rock would be a gross understatement. Because we could not survive being awake […]
Fire Punk – Michael Ezell Being born in Gravity City equated to a life sentence in a prison a bunch of rich assholes built in space. That’s how Henry saw it, anyway. It wasn’t like he could up and move to a neighboring planet or something. He couldn’t afford to take the tube across the […]
Gravity explains everything. That’s what the Science-Man says, though it doesn’t explain why some celestial body or piece of space debris doesn’t just smash everything into bits and get it all over with. Gravity probably would kill us all, if only it knew us better.