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Phoebe Barton

A Square of Flesh, A Cube of Steel

Published Nov 5, 2019 · 5,445 words (20 minutes) · 663 views

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On a cold, small moon inhabited by giant women, a young trans woman grapples with the possibility of losing her girlfriend along with everything and everyone she knows when a starship arrives to take her back to Mars.

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R. K. Duncan

On Falcon's Wings

Published Nov 4, 2019 · 5,984 words (22 minutes) · 54 views

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Alssia and Idris must venture into the Demon Wastes to capture a new god for the city, but will she lose him again, forever this time, when he binds himself to the new god?

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Claire Humphrey

Eldritch Brown Houses

Published Nov 3, 2019 · 3,133 words (12 minutes) · 47 views

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Paige works as a docent in a historical house in Salem. She's about to close up the house for the season and return to her lonely dorm for a Thanksgiving estranged from her family, when Maya Wu arrives: bristly, familiar, and convinced that there's magic somewhere here if only she can find it.

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James Van Pelt

Witch in the Woods

Published Oct 30, 2019 · 1,819 words (7 minutes) · 75 views

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A young pot smith yearns for more than the world of his village can give him after a witch tells him, "You are a song."

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James Van Pelt

In Memoriam

Published Oct 16, 2019 · 3,089 words (12 minutes) · 5 likes · 246 views

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Death is just a small detour when you’ve been together as long as Esther and Thomas have. In the meantime, cemeteries speak their own language, if you take the time to listen. Get ready for Halloween with this (kinder, gentler) ghost story by James Van Pelt, finalist for the Nebula, Sturgeon, and Campbell awards, and veteran English teacher. 

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KJ Kabza

From Mutsumi

Published Sep 29, 2019 · 1,270 words (5 minutes)

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Does immortality--and the vast changes in personality that can happen over an eternity--mean that you and your romantic partner are forever destined to grow apart? Or does it mean an eternity of falling in love?

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K. V. Johansen

Inge and the King

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 4,838 words (18 minutes)

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I'm not sure why I chose this ballad to retell for my collection, way back in the nineties - no magic, no shapeshifting, no humorous twist. Just a straight love story, not my kind of thing, really. At least she picks her own man?! Reading it over, I find the king amusing, at any rate. However, the women of my novels, even my children's books, would give Inge very different advice on how to get her lands back. Edged weapons would no doubt be involved.

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K. V. Johansen

The Gallant Came Late

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 5,125 words (19 minutes)

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I pinched the title from Sir Walter Scott, but this is of course another Danish ballad, one of the humorous ones. Three childhood friends, the old love triangle, a flooded river on the wedding day ...

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K. V. Johansen

Bold Ellensborg

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 4,234 words (16 minutes) · 1 view

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Another humorous fairy tale based on a ballad from medieval Denmark. Bold Ellensborg, fed up with her beloved's failure to return from a trip to the Holy Land, crews a ship with her maidens and sets sail to fetch him home.

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James Van Pelt

Perceptual Set

Published Aug 7, 2019 · 8,359 words (31 minutes) · 126 views

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People claim to see the Virgin Mary in water stains on a church wall, and every oddly shaped rock on Mars looks like an animal or an artifact to people who want proof that aliens exist. They have a perceptual set to interpret what they see the way they want it to be. But what if the face sculpted into the side of an asteroid deep in space actually is a face? What will it mean for humanity, and what does that face have to do with cheesecake?

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