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Here at Lowly Seraphim, we like to be organized. To that end, we have created several different content types, which you see listed in the menu overhead.

A blog post is, as its name suggests, a post in your personal Lowly Seraphim blog.

Bearing Testimonies of Death

Pedro sat and seethed through the first half of testimony meeting. Although no one had focused unduly on death so far, he knew it was only a matter of time until someone took fifteen minutes to say “I know death is an ordained part of God’s plan” or “I’m excited to die someday and go see my grandma again” or “The scriptures say again and again that death is part of God’s intentions for us” or some other extradoctrinal bitsnbytes even though the Church has never had an official policy. Even Elder Matsasuke stopped talking about the necessity of death when his wife died.

Science fiction
Flash (1 to 1,000 words)

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A Saving Vision of the Night

Praise God, whose is the might. If any should read this, be it known, when I returned from evening prayer, the last of my life, I found a man standing in my room. His skin was blackened and he smelled of smoke, but when I looked closely I could see his face and stature were my own. Upon his chest he wore a flaming sword.

Dystopian
Paranormal
Science fiction
Supernatural
Short (1001 to 7,500 words)

Rennact

Journal entry 31 Aug 2126

I hate Fifth Sundays. Especially when I'm in charge. The Rennact went well, despite Bro. Tellic being an emotional mess. This is his third pregnancy and you would think he would be used to it, but I found him weeping in the baptismal font like a silly baby. He was curled up on the tiles watching bcasts to his visual cortex of his last birth. I talked him into joining us and finally he did, but I wish his wife would keep a better eye on him. We all know what he's like when he forgets his Natalex®.

Science fiction
Short (1001 to 7,500 words)

Sione

Sione could tell the wind was blowing. Through his classroom window, he could see the thick band of vegetation marking the perimeter. The aspens, each exactly the same height, shape and shade, glittered and sent beads of light dancing along the manicured grass surrounding their trunks.

He slipped from the room, sliding his hand up under his shirt to detatch the tube from the medication shunt imbedded in his side between the bottom two ribs. Carefully he worked his way along the hall into the shadowy corner by the school’s sanitation facility.

Dystopian
Science fiction
Short (1001 to 7,500 words)

About LS Magazines

Lowly Seraphim e-Zine

Someday, people will want a regular digest of the higher quality fiction and poetry on Lowly Seraphim. When that day comes, we'll be ready.

Someday, people will be willing to pay for such a digest. We'll be ready for that, too.

 

Lowly Seraphim Fanzine

Someday, people will want a regular digest of the higher quality fan posts on Lowly Seraphim. When that day comes, we'll be ready.

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Nearly done

I've spent a few hours today rearranging navigation, adding content types and views, and generally trying to make the site more presentable. I appear to have succeeded.

Now when you click a menu item, you see what's supposed to be in the associated location. Should make exploring the site make more sense.

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