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Trent Jamieson

Anabiosis

Published Apr 1, 2020 · 2,145 words (8 minutes) · 21 views

Fantasy Horror Satire Science Fiction news What to do with the dead.

Outside 438 dead people live in the cramped confines of Woolamulla holding station. This is the hard end of a miracle.

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Curtis C. Chen

It Takes Two

Published Mar 31, 2020 · 4,182 words (16 minutes) · 50 views

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"The time has come," the astronaut said, "to talk of many things: of shoes and ships and sealing-wax, of presidents and quarantines."

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Stephen Cox

Death in the Hospital

Published Mar 31, 2020 · 5,287 words (20 minutes) · 2 likes · 181 views

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Min is an aging healer in post-apocalyptic England with an unusual set of skills. This time, she'll need to use those skills to track down a killer in her makeshift hospital before tense relationships in her town fray completely.

Stephen Cox lives and works in England, and he's the author of the critically-acclaimed Our Child of the Stars.

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Edward Ashton

An Excerpt from A Brief History of the Stupid War

Published Mar 30, 2020 · 3,318 words (13 minutes) · 12 views

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In which Inchy commits a tactical blunder.

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H.L. Fullerton

Twilight's Last Gleaming

Published Mar 29, 2020 · 1,220 words (5 minutes) · 24 views

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A boy and his friends watch macabre fireworks and say goodbye to one of their own.

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Elinor Caiman Sands

The History of the Sacred Non-Cow

Published Mar 27, 2020 · 1,741 words (7 minutes) · 122 views

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The Sacred Non-Cow is a marvellous beast that grazes unmolested on the fertile pastures of ancient Babylon--until Man begins to encroach on Her lands with thoughts of roast beef. Then the Sacred Non-Cow faces difficult choices regarding Her future--if, indeed, She has a future.

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Stephen Dedman

The Whole of The Law

Updated Mar 27, 2020 · 19,639 words (72 minutes) · 1 like · 196 views

Science Fiction space opera Robots Anarchy Psionics Free traders

Nothing is illegal on anarchic Boccaccio... but that doesn't mean nothing is wrong.

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Trent Jamieson

Porcelain Salli

Published Mar 25, 2020 · 3,884 words (15 minutes) · 58 views

Science Fiction Post Human Dorothy Gale Wizard of Oz Star ships sprung with the flicking of wrists A rain of spores Coral Wars

Alarm bells rang. Common enough in a state of Anthozoan war. Tocsins echoing: warning of collisions imminent or induline spore clouds and polyps drifting and falling like death. But this clamour was different, urgent and strange.

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Trent Jamieson

Wind Down

Published Mar 25, 2020 · 2,598 words (10 minutes) · 20 views

Science Fiction space opera posthuman Habitats

Home a spinning sentience, a wondrous habitat.  Habitats, what arrogance! Once, long ago, before my race grew tired of space travel, that was their purpose. World ships modelled on cetaceans -- deep brained and singing, bellies full of verdancy.

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James Van Pelt

Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Why I Write Science Fiction

Published Mar 22, 2020 · 1,051 words (4 minutes) · 86 views

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I was the guest speaker at The Colorado Readers Conference, a very literary gathering that generally wouldn't discuss science fiction, but they invited me, a science fiction writer to be the main presenter! This was the speech.

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