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A New Rosella Tolfree Short Story in data-driven fiction
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A New Rosella Tolfree Short Story in data-driven fiction

Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash I published in data-driven fiction on Medium a piece on the future of tattooing which includes a Rosella Tolfree story. In the short story entitled, “Rosella Gets Her First Tattoo, and It’s Medical” is set when Rosella is 19 years of age and living in a group house with other...

The Blue Backer Party
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The Blue Backer Party

​By Rosella’s time, there were many political parties, aside from the classic ones like the Republicans, the Democrats, the Libertarians, and the Green Party. Some other parties were the Workers Freedom Party (Communists), the Reformed Torres Party, the American Solidarity Party, the National Socialist Movement (Nazis), and the Sanford Party. All operating at different levels of...

Dobbs v. Jackson Fallout in Rosella Tolfree’s World
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Dobbs v. Jackson Fallout in Rosella Tolfree’s World

Actual marketing message used for A-4 android sales. Image is an artist mockup, and doesn’t represent actual end product. ​The Dobbs v. Jackson decision changed the landscape of human reproduction in America. In Rosella’s world, it spurred on a series of tit for tat political changes. Such changes included the denial of religious representatives to...

Gun Violence in Rosella’s World
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Gun Violence in Rosella’s World

Considering the recent events, I feel the need to comment as an author with a world filled with gun violence. I don’t want to diminish the horribleness of the May 25th Texas shooting tragedy, or the senseless loss of such young lives, but Rosella Tolfree’s world is dystopian, and many today don’t understand the mechanics...

Eduarda Martínez- “The Putin of Mexico”
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Eduarda Martínez- “The Putin of Mexico”

During the Americans First Period of the Era of Transition of the First Age of Humanity, was born Eduarda Martínez. A time when the U.S. was being hostile to southern immigration and both economic recessions and poverty racked Central America. She would grow up to be responsible for the second time in history for America...