From Below


Ancient Spaceship by Tomasz Strzalkowski



Man aspired for the stars by digging deep into the earth.

Instead of the heavens they got hell.

Some said it was the metal that called to the nightmares, others said it was hubris.

Space was for the Gods.

Man was meant to stay put.

But now man is gone and the irony is the bugs may one day seek to finish the mission.

Unless the God’s decide to get in the way again.

One can never tell which direction chaos will take.


Published by Bryan

I am an army vet, husband, and father of twins, I am currently working on my next publication, a collection of military fiction, and next year will be publishing an apocalyptic science fiction novel. My urban noir novel, "Compounded Interest," can be purchased on Amazon. I host a podcast on creativity called Origin: Stories on Creativity and co-host the soon-to-be-released show on speculative fiction called Mirage with fantasy author R. Emma Hardcastle. My youtube channel is: The Origin podcast feed is: For updates on "Mirage" and future publications follow me on twitter: @bryaiello More of my short fiction can be found at: My amazon author page is:

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