Scierogenous II: Spotlight on Sumiko Saulson

So excited to be a part of this!

Collision of Worlds

Scierogenous2Sumiko SaulsonThe Mysterious State of We-Ness
by Sumiko Saulson
Angelo’s Birth (excerpt)

The medical uses were numerous. The machines monitored your heart rate, your blood pressure, your blood sugar, and put you on life-saving diet and exercise regimes. They adjusted your tastes in food so you no longer craved the salt that raises your blood pressure or the sugar that made your grandmother diabetic. Electronic caregiving We-bots were popular among the elderly and the disabled. They were as sociable as a nurse and as affectionate as a cat. In fact, cat was a popular form for the MediWeBot. Imagine a talking feline who answered the door for you if you weren’t feeling up to walking down the hall? After a while, people started attaching the MediWeBot to their feline or canine companions.

It was not long, of course, before the sexually functional versions of these human-meat-and-silicone-chip bots were created. The erotic…

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~ by Sumiko Saulson on September 3, 2018.

One Response to “Scierogenous II: Spotlight on Sumiko Saulson”

  1. We are so thrilled to publish your “We-ness” series in Scierogenous II! Sister, you brought the fire 🙂

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