Seth Frost

Seth Frost is a trans writer and singer from Kansas who currently lives in beautiful Oakland, California

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Seth Frost is a writer, software engineer, and bird enthusiast. His stories appear in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, and the Mad Scientist Journal. He lives in beautiful Oakland, California, where he sings with the Oakland Gay Men's Chorus. He can often be found on the train between Oakland and San Jose, either on his way to or coming home from a hockey game.

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Deep Waters Call Out to What is Deeper Still

Published May 29, 2019 · 4,188 words (16 minutes) · 3 views

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A telepath employed by an aquarium races to save an animal's life.

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The Vortex our dive boat was an ex-cray fishing (lobster) boat here in Western Australia.  The boat was anchored at Cigar banks reef on the northern side of Rottnest Island in April 2008.  I rested my camera on the anchor chain to take a shot in about 12 metres of water and this is the result.. 
Nikonos V underwater 35mm focal plane shutter film camera
Fujichrome Sensia ASA 100 film
Sea & sea 15mm wide lens
F2.8 aperture & ambient light
Featured May 24, 2019

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The Deer Girl Hitches a Ride

Published May 22, 2019 · 2,428 words (9 minutes) · 8 likes · 59 views

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A trucker traversing the desolate, plague-ravaged landscape outside Wichita picks up a very unusual hitchhiker. Author Seth Frost is a trans writer, singer, and software developer from Kansas who currently lives in Oakland, California. His work has appeared in Analog, Andromeda Spaceways, and more.

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Launch Window

Published May 21, 2019 · 4,247 words (16 minutes)

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Misty books a redeye flight to the Moon, desperate to stop her sister from making a terrible mistake.

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This is just after sunset on July 15, 2018 in Irvine, CA USA. I was actually hoping to get a photo of Mercury, but am assured this was Venus.