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By Marko Kloos

“Berlin is Never Berlin” by Marko Kloos draws upon the seedier side of the city, beyond the dance club lights and all-night parties, as one bodyguard with a certain feline distinction goes on the prowl….

Wild Cards Short Fiction
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Fifty Minutes Over Manchaca...

by Bradley Denton

... (now Menchaca) Road! A Sheltered-in-Place Conversation with Howard Waldrop, the Father of Jetboy, In Which the Importance of The Three Stooges in the World of Wild Cards is Explained.

Fifty Minutes Over Manchaca...
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DRAWING A ROYAL FLUSH

by John Picacio

by John Picacio I don’t know much about playing poker, but I do know a bit about breaking curses. They’re both tricky propositions. You’ve gotta keep your eyes on the details. And it always helps to have some luck on … Continue reading "DRAWING A ROYAL FLUSH"

DRAWING A ROYAL FLUSH
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American Hero: A Wild Cards Novella

Coming March 3!

In this bitingly satirical companion novel to the Wild Cards title Inside Straight, American Hero combines two quintessentially pop culture phenomena: superheroes and reality TV.

American Hero: A Wild Cards Novella
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Texas Hold’em: Wild Cards XXVI

San Antonio, home of the Alamo, is also host to the nation's top high school jazz competition, and the musicians at Xavier Desmond High are excited to outplay their rivals. They are also jokers, kids with strange abilities and even stranger looks. Michelle Pond, aka The Amazing Bubbles, thinks that her superhero (and supermom) know-how has prepared her to chaperone the event...

Texas Hold’em: Wild Cards XXVI

The Annotated “A Long Night At The Palmer House”

by John Jos. Miller Note: the following annotations discuss various people, places, and things as they exist in the real world, not the Wild Cards universe.  At least as best as current knowledge provides. Pg 13: Palmer House: The longest … Continue reading "The Annotated “A Long Night At The Palmer House”" Continue Reading

PLAYING PRETEND

by Melinda M. Snodgrass So you might have heard that role playing games had a little something to do with how Wild Cards was born. That is true, and I won’t go into it all again. Instead I’m going to … Continue reading "PLAYING PRETEND" Continue Reading

How Not Writing Made Me a Better Writer

by Diana Rowland From the time I was a toddler, I dreamed of becoming a novelist. My parents nurtured that aspiration, and my education and extracurriculars were laser focused to support my heart’s desire. HAHAHAHAHA Seriously y’all, that couldn’t be … Continue reading "How Not Writing Made Me a Better Writer" Continue Reading