Found 955 works tagged 'Science Fiction'.
Published Mar 31, 2020 · 4,182 words (16 minutes) · 50 views
"The time has come," the astronaut said, "to talk of many things: of shoes and ships and sealing-wax, of presidents and quarantines."
Published Mar 31, 2020 · 5,287 words (20 minutes) · 2 likes · 181 views
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.
Published Mar 27, 2020 · 1,741 words (7 minutes) · 122 views
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.
Fiction Series: Ongoing 6 Chapters
Updated Mar 27, 2020 · 19,639 words (72 minutes) · 1 like · 196 views
Nothing is illegal on anarchic Boccaccio... but that doesn't mean nothing is wrong.
Published Mar 25, 2020 · 3,884 words (15 minutes) · 58 views
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.
Published Mar 25, 2020 · 2,598 words (10 minutes) · 20 views
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.
Published Mar 22, 2020 · 1,051 words (4 minutes) · 86 views
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.