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Found 696 stories and posts tagged 'Science Fiction'.



Beth Goder

The Fermi Loneliness Problem

Published May 10, 2019 · 4,914 words (18 minutes) · 24 views

Humor Science Fiction aliens Female Scientists



Beth Goder

The Great Scientist Rivalry on Planet Sourdough

Published May 10, 2019 · 6,123 words (23 minutes) · 1 like · 31 views

Science Fiction aliens artificial intelligence Frenemies



Beth Goder

When All the Clocks Are Wrong

Published May 10, 2019 · 6,109 words (23 minutes) · 19 views

Science Fiction time travel Parents

Blue clock on a pastel background


Beth Goder

The Sound That Carries Across the Ocean

Published May 10, 2019 · 535 words (2 minutes) · 18 views

Science Fiction



Holly Heisey

The Orbits of Gods

Published May 6, 2019 · 890 words (4 minutes) · 27 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction Science Fiction Philosophy slipstream wolves vicious civilization other worlds

"We orbit him because he is our god. His scent is authority, his mind sharp as rock-honed teeth." | This story is 100% experimental, with space wolves in love, the philosophy of civilizations, and the confessions of a god all packed into one. It first landed in Humanagerie, a literary anthology about the intersection of human and animal behavior. Which is also 100% perfect.



Phillip T. Stephens

Mimicking Human Behavior: A field guide for extraterrestrial visitors

Published May 5, 2019 · 1,337 words (5 minutes) · 29 views

Humor Satire Science Fiction manners tourism alien abduction alien invasion Alien etiquette

A compilation of etiquette tips for alien species to follow on their first visit to the planet. A new installment in the series “I Was Abducted by Aliens in a Former Life”

Aiien ettiquette


KJ Kabza

Road Test

Published May 5, 2019 · 341 words (2 minutes) · 17 views

Science Fiction flash fiction disability

In their zeal to help combat a public health crisis, the government has passed a law that ties vehicle ownership to performance on a physical fitness test—without taking into account people like Karlee's brother, who uses a wheelchair and can never meet the requirements.



Matthew Hughes

Timmy, Come Home

Published May 5, 2019 · 4,507 words (17 minutes) · 3 likes · 173 views

Science Fiction Fermi Paradox

“Timmy, Come Home” was written ten years ago at the invitation of Gordon Van Gelder for an anthology he was putting together called Is Anybody Out There? All the stories were themed around the Fermi Paradox, which asks the question, “If there are alien civilizations out there, why haven’t we been contacted by them?”



Madeleine E. Robins

La Vie en Ronde

Published May 3, 2019 · 6,244 words (23 minutes) · 1 view

Science Fiction Family loneliness inner worlds

Another story about becoming, and finding a family, with a protagonist who finds herself in a very strange place.



Nancy Jane Moore

Survival Skills

Published May 3, 2019 · 2,587 words (10 minutes) · 1 like · 56 views

Science Fiction dystopia Aikido

This is a near future story, but since I wrote it back in the 1990s, it turns out to be set in the present day. I was going to change the dates for this reprint version, but when I re-read it I realized I had assumed a stock market crash in 2008. Given what actually happened in 2008, I'm a little scared to pick a new date for economic collapse. I'd rather not be right again.