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Curtis C. Chen

At Long Last, Love

Apr 12, 2019 · 1,447 words (6 minutes) · 1 like · 47 views

Literary Fiction Romance television the universe and everything

When was the last time you were truly happy?

Vintage television

Stephen Dedman

Schrodinger's Catalyst

Apr 12, 2019 · 4,666 words (17 minutes) · 56 views

Science Fiction time travel academia Physicists Schrodinger Butterfly Effect Murder F&Sf

"Nobody believes in time travel, not even chaos theorists or science fiction writers!"

Butterfly Effect

Jude-Marie Green

Scene from Streets Of Laredo

Apr 12, 2019 · 310 words (2 minutes)

Fantasy Romance Don Quixote pastiche

My characters Jane Smith and Donna Quick were introduced in the short story, GLORIOUS MADNESS. They have unlimited potential as buddy adventurers and continuing the Don Quixote pastiche through all the chapters.

Wind Turbines Paved Roads

Joyce Reynolds-Ward

The Notice

Apr 11, 2019 · 3,948 words (15 minutes) · 29 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction political persecution refugee witch separated lovers betrayals

Previously published in Alma Alexander's anthology, CHILDREN OF A DIFFERENT SKY. When the witch Yarrow comes home to a warning of betrayal--can she trust the bearer of the warning? Or is escape even possible?


Alma Alexander

Princess of Pain

Apr 11, 2019 · 1,917 words (7 minutes) · 2 likes · 72 views

Fantasy Horror Literary Fiction

What happens when the fairy tales you know so very well... turn out to be DARKER than you knew?

Woman by ocean sunset

Jude-Marie Green

What Happens Next

Apr 11, 2019 · 560 words (3 minutes) · 55 views

Science Fiction alien abduction waitress

Accepted by Marsha Sisolak and published in Ideomancer in 2007, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT received a kind review in Tangent Online.

Italian Restaurant

Fonda Lee

Welcome to the Legion of Six

Apr 11, 2019 · 3,440 words (13 minutes) · 3 likes · 70 views

Humor Superheroes

Superhero league recruiter Tod McClelland, a.k.a. Nexus, has a hard job. What's up with Millennial generation superhumans these days? Audio version includes author's afterword.

Audio Available

Twin bridges

Susan Forest

Sun Splashed Fields and Far Blue Mountains

Apr 11, 2019 · 4,169 words (16 minutes) · 29 views

Science Fiction Love sacrifice medical money retirement

Love, sacrifice, and stem cell organ printing.


Barbara Krasnoff

Seder Guest

Apr 10, 2019 · 2,487 words (10 minutes) · 2 likes · 76 views

Fantasy Satire

Sometimes, you have to trust your kids when they bring home their latest loves.

Wedding day in France

Ben Serna-Grey

Choice Cuts

Apr 10, 2019 · 3,907 words (15 minutes) · 2 likes · 50 views

Satire Science Fiction disposable people gluttony consumption class system cannibalism single use culture regeneration disposable culture consumerism disposability

A piece I wrote in response to a personal rejection from another story where the editor told me it was good, but there wasn't enough different and new for him. "I'll do something different," I said and thought up the weirdest phrases I could, until I landed on "edible elevator." I ended up with a bleak and horrific dystopian SF piece about conspicuous consumption in a world where everything and everyone is edible. Originally published in issue 7 of the ever-wonderful Broadswords and Blasters.