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Stephen Dedman

Spin

Published Nov 9, 2019 · 100 words (1 minute) · 55 views

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Why playing computer games isn't necessarily a waste of time.

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Stephen Dedman

Spin

Published Nov 9, 2019 · 2,559 words (10 minutes) · 1 like · 197 views

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Human brains in hunter-killer satellites. What could possibly go wrong?

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Ocean clouds seen from space
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James Van Pelt

Plant Life

Published Nov 7, 2019 · 4,628 words (17 minutes) · 266 views

Horror Science Fiction Adult Content Incel

This is a story that my publisher wanted to include in my early collections, but I demurred. I was teaching high school English at the time, and I didn't want to risk the parents of any of my students reading it, then deciding they didn't want a person who was capable of writing such a piece to be teaching their child. ADULT CONTENT WARNING.

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KJ Kabza

Clean Shot

Published Nov 7, 2019 · 3,254 words (12 minutes)

Literary Fiction archery

The kind of bow I have is a compound PSE Thunderbolt Stinger. My PSE Thunderbolt Stinger's name is Max, and Max is my best friend because I don't like people.

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Maria Haskins

My Weekly 5 - November 6, 2019

Published Nov 7, 2019 · 1,034 words (4 minutes) · 33 views

A weekly, curated list of speculative short fiction.

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H.L. Fullerton

Year in Review (Early Edition): Stories By Me Out in the Wilds of 2019

Published Nov 6, 2019 · 142 words (1 minute) · 292 views

There's still a good bit of 2019 left, yet don't we all wish 2019 was over and done with already? On the other hand, some stories I'm really happy to have released into the world were pubbed this year and there's a few in the pipeline for 2020 so some silver-lined clouds pushed their way into the dreary drabness of 2019.

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Charlotte Platt

Glitter and Cold

Published Nov 6, 2019 · 587 words (3 minutes) · 86 views

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A little spooky short to round off Halloween season, this is a story about conversations while waiting for a lift.

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More than anything, this photograph was really the result of a series of little accidents. After abandoning a hike halfway through due to lack of sunlight, we subsequently began to make our way back home. As we drove through a long stretch of highway, I made the decision to nap in the back, but before that, for whatever reason, I peered out the window and into the heavens first. At that point, I began screaming like a madman telling everyone to look up. Amazed, we pulled into the next rest stop.
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Laura Blackwell

Nonpareil

Published Nov 6, 2019 · 4,550 words (17 minutes) · 1 like · 118 views

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After her husband's death, Maisie is scraping by selling homemade jam and baking wedding cakes. Surely her culinary talent and a little bit of folk magic will see her through, even with the most eccentric of clients. Even when the eccentric client is marrying the boorish son of the wealthy family Maisie's husband used to work for. Yes, surely that will work out all right. This story was an honorable mention for Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 11.

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Jordan Kurella

Paradox for Lost Causes

Published Nov 5, 2019 · 3,864 words (15 minutes) · 407 views

Science Fiction time travel weird fiction

Lovelorn Z has the time travel opportunity of a lifetime, so they're using their 10 trips back in time to win back the heart of their girlfriend Una, who left them after an epic fight on New Year's Eve, 2022. However, time travel mixes up Z's memory, and time itself becomes jumbled up.

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Phoebe Barton

A Square of Flesh, A Cube of Steel

Published Nov 5, 2019 · 5,445 words (20 minutes) · 6 likes · 1671 views

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On a remote outpost on the moon of La Mancha, 17-year-old Felicity has found the one place she can sometimes forget she was born into the wrong body: with her girlfriend Eureka. But when her mom decides it’s time to move back to Mars, Felicity will do whatever it takes to stay in her chosen home. Phoebe Barton is a queer trans science fiction writer based in Toronto. She’s a graduate of the 2019 Clarion West Writers Workshop, and her work has appeared in Analog, Persistent Visions, On Spec, and more.

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