The Big List of Time Travel Adventures

 Written by Larry Hodges
 from antiquity to 2017

The story also appeared in this 2015 collection.

   “Life and Death and Bongo Drums”
by Larry Hodges
First publication: Every Day Fiction, 20 Feb 2012

Life and Death argue over the fate of a time traveler.

 “You are a problem,” Death finally said. “You were scheduled to die seventy years ago, during World War II, but since you hadnt yet been born, I skipped the appointment.” 




   “The Sanctimonious Time Traveler Trap”
by Larry Hodges
First publication: Quantum Muse, May 2012

Bob travels from the future to save skydiver Harvey, whose chute is fated to not open.

 Okay, Bob, why wont my parachute work? And does everyone in the future dress like a cucumber? 




   “Eternity and the Devil”
by Larry Hodges
First publication: The Haunts & Horrors Megapack, 19 Sep 2013

Dr. Virgil Nordlinger makes a deal with the devil in which Nordlinger will formulate the Grand Unified Theory of physics, live on this Earth for another fifty years, and spend the rest of eternity in hell.

 After solving GUT, I moved on to temporal studies. 




   “Penguins of Noah’s Ark”
by Larry Hodges
First publication: Galaxy’s Edge, Jul 2016

A bust of President George W. Bush gets thrown into a time vortex, catching fire by friction, whereupon it sets out on its task to direct various pairs of animals to Noah’s Ark—most notably, the penguin couple of Mrs. Bleep and Mr. Bleep-Bleep.

 The Bush bust passed through the vortex, catching fire through friction as it shot through time. 




   “A Snowball’s Chance”
by Larry Hodges
First publication: New Myths, Sep 2016

Trini feels responsible for the past twenty years of children who have been lost to the witch in the castle, and now she’s determined to ensure that the deadly cycle comes to an end.

 I am the most powerful witch in the world, and you are armed with a snowball. Do you know what that means? 


 


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