Erris

Founder

Erris is Canadian. He does some random things for Relay, no-one really knows what, but still they're stuck with him. He’s also written one Young Adult novel that he can’t stand, which can be found here.

You can find him on Twitter too, if you want.

Galactic Guide: Virgil System Written in Article on Thursday 19th of February 2015 at 04:46pm

Hello ‘Verse! Check out a new Galactic Guide, this time on the Virgil System! The Virgil System was discovered entirely by chance in 2412. Famed astrophotographer Alaine Viktus was conducting a deep field survey roughly...

Flashbang Written in Fiction on Monday 16th of February 2015 at 08:00am

‘Coverrrrrrrrrr!’ Kara screams, just audible over the deafening retorts of ballistic and laser fire. Not audible enough. The flashbang takes my eyes.  I crouch down, gun held tight to my body pointing up.  I start my...

Bar Fight – Sheane and Atna I Written in Fiction on Monday 9th of February 2015 at 07:00am

Hit pause for a second.  Let me set the stage. Lights, music, action. We’re at a bar.  Not a dive, no SLAM junkies huddled in corners, she’s classier than that; just.  Room for dancing, some...

Victim – Garbage Woman II Written in Fiction on Monday 2nd of February 2015 at 05:00am

Editor's Note: If you haven't already read it, we suggest you read through Garbagewoman first! My father’s Aurora feels cold, empty.  It feels… different.  The readouts on my HUD tell me it’s fine, tell me...

Sic Transit I Written in Fiction on Sunday 25th of January 2015 at 09:43pm

Do you know what the most surprising thing always is to new politicians? When you think about it, you think the crowds, or the interviews, or the sheer weight of the responsibility, but no...

Ambush! – Sheane and Atna II Written in Fiction on Sunday 25th of January 2015 at 09:43pm

Ok, lets set the stage. Space.  Empty, black, silent. Cold. I’m in an Avenger this time.  I’ve named her the Arctic Hare.  Because she’s white.  Atna says I have a way with words.  I think...

Garbage Woman Written in Fiction on Sunday 25th of January 2015 at 11:47am

‘I remember how it started; I remember the day my life changed.  June 7th, 2917.  I was six years old, in Primary, and our Teacher asked us a question.  THE question.  The most important question...