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Pressure by Jeff Carlson

Garcia is man modified for deep sea diving.


 
 

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Title: Pressure

Author: Jeff Carlson

Length: short story

First Publication: Strange Horizons, 2003

What the Story is About: Garcia is man modified for deep sea diving.

They said I wouldn’t feel a thing, but my dreams were awful—pain and tightness, smothering weight, none of which overcame my excitement. I also dreamed of flying, dreamed that I dove right through the ground and smashed into a spectacular new universe, yet I caught only glimpses of brightness before my eyes ruptured and abrasive rock crammed through my mouth and sinus cavities.

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categories: carlson, short fiction, audio, mer-people, human-machine interfaces, 2000s

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Categories: 2000-2009AudioCarlson - JeffHuman-Machine Interfaces and ImplantsMerpeopleShort Fiction

 

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