Vol. 6: Game of Drones

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Border Control
MALCOLM HARRIS with
ALEX RIVERA

Paranoid Androids
by MARYAM MONALISA GHARAVI

Nobody Knows You’re a Drone
by TREVOR TIMM & PARKER HIGGINS

Flight for Your Rights
by LEA ROSEN

Vagina Analogues
by MIKE THOMSEN

Drone-Court Advantage
by CHARLES DAVIS

Missing Captain
by CHRISTOPHER SCHABERG

Search for a Method
by CHASE MADAR

Louder Than Bombs
by MADIHA TAHIR

A Drone by Any Other Name
by JACOB SILVERMAN

Unsolicited Advice for Living in the End Times
by MICHAEL SEIDENBERG

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