Jude-Marie Green

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Jude-Marie Green writes science fiction and fantasy, has edited for online magazines Abyss&Apex, 10Flash Quarterly, and Noctem Aeternus, and published stories in magazines and anthologies, online and podcast. She graduated Clarion West 2010 and won the Speculative Writers Foundation's Older Writers Grant. She lives in Southern California near the beach, though not near enough.

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Scene from Streets Of Laredo

Apr 12, 2019 · 310 words (2 minutes)

Fantasy Romance Don Quixote pastiche

My characters Jane Smith and Donna Quick were introduced in the short story, GLORIOUS MADNESS. They have unlimited potential as buddy adventurers and continuing the Don Quixote pastiche through all the chapters.

Wind Turbines Paved Roads
What Happens Next

Apr 11, 2019 · 560 words (3 minutes) · 55 views

Science Fiction alien abduction waitress

Accepted by Marsha Sisolak and published in Ideomancer in 2007, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT received a kind review in Tangent Online.

Italian Restaurant
In Living Color

Mar 21, 2019 · 245 words (1 minute) · 35 views


Published online but I don't have a note as to where. Yep, it's a pretty literal 'story' about our time in the hospital room.

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Zoom view with small details of my painting Cellular II

Abstract painting
Acrylic on canvas
30x30 cm
Artist: Michael Lønfeldt

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Notes From Interstellar Voyage Aquaria 51 Found In Abandoned Machinery

Mar 21, 2019 · 851 words (4 minutes) · 25 views

Science Fiction romance robots

Published by Freeze Frame Fiction in July 2014. Jim liked J. Alfred Prufrock more than I did.

If you love me, dance with me

Mar 15, 2019 · 992 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 56 views

Fantasy Romance

A story of family. Maybe a bit creepy (this is me getting defensive but I do write occasionally creepy themes.) Originally published in Every Day Fiction for the Saint Patrick's Day special on March 17, 2013.

These bright and pretty golden coins are foil covered chocolate candies.
Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Mar 4, 2019 · 6,748 words (25 minutes) · 1 like · 45 views

Science Fiction traveller meets desperation intelligence in unlikely places Vonda McIntyre

The fourth story published by the now-defunct Perihelion SF. Editor Sam Bellotto Jr asked me to break it into sections to make it more Odyssey-like. And yes, I have to admit there's a feel of Vonda McIntyre's Dreamsnake, one of my favorite novels back when I was first exploring science fiction.

Kick back
Quantum Rose

Feb 25, 2019 · 2,608 words (10 minutes) · 2 likes · 65 views

Fantasy Humor Satire Science Fiction Historical science fiction pirate physicist

My third Perihelion SF story. Quantum Rose is my take on a pirate story, wrought by a bored housewife with skills. Published August 2016. Sam Bellotto Jr helped me tweak the scifi details to elevate this beyond *just* a pirate story.

Joy Ride

Feb 18, 2019 · 5,701 words (21 minutes) · 50 views

Science Fiction

This is the first appearance of my action hero, No Peace. Sam Bellotto Jr published this in Perihelion SF in the February 2015 issue. Aliens and airships and skybattles, oh my!

Morning Glories

Feb 11, 2019 · 2,868 words (11 minutes) · 1 view

Science Fiction land mines flowers scientists

Originally written as the submission story for Clarion West (I got in; 2010) and bought by Sam Bellotto Jr, this appeared in the October 2013 issue of Perihelion. An irresponsible scientist develops a anti-landmine device.

Far, Far From Land

Nov 19, 2018 · 4,998 words (19 minutes) · 1 like · 89 views

Science Fiction

Fishing for edible fractals in the asteroid belt is a career filled with hazards for spaceships, fisher crew, and stellar phenomena.