An Eloi Gold Medal Winner
Here; if you can remember the next thirty years, suppose you tell me when the War’s going to end. This one, I mean.
An Eloi Honorable Mention
The inhabitants of the future resent you two hiding on a tropical isle, as it were, while they drop off the cliff into hell. Death loves death, not life. Dying people love to know that others die with them. It is a comfort to learn you are not alone in the kiln, in the grave. I am the guardian of their collective resentment against you two.
An Eloi Silver Medal Winner
We have Time Machines for sale—simple little machines of paper and ink, tubes and wires that, coupled with your own mind can soar down the years ofEternity. —from a Dimension X advertisement
An Eloi Bronze Medal Winner
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