Found 52 works tagged 'aliens'.
Fiction Series: Ongoing 7 Chapters
Updated Jul 12, 2020 · 2,253 words (9 minutes) · 226 views
"The stars speak to us. Other voices from other worlds, people like us and not like us. These are their voices." Being a collection of works presented by the Institute of Xenolinguistics, Stockholm, Earth, September 4169 | This story is an experimental illustrated novel told through found-document alien poetry and the lives of its various translators.
Published Jun 28, 2020 · 4,868 words (18 minutes) · 23 views
This is another early story, my second (after "The Minstrel") to be published in JAM Magazine. All of my early stories were aimed at teen readers, because I was barely out of that age group myself!
Published May 3, 2020 · 2,828 words (11 minutes) · 96 views
Khufu, Pharaoh of Egypt, is visited by a mysterious alien robot who offers him technological wonders. It is up to the Pharaoh to choose which gift to accept. What does he really want?
Published Apr 13, 2020 · 1,799 words (7 minutes) · 2 likes · 195 views
I wrote The Moon Illusion as a way to make sense of my father's organic dementia. He moved near us after my mother passed, then in with us after a broken shoulder. Prone to flights of fantasy, my father was also a product of his culture -- lost to him after many years of estrangement from his family, as distant from him as another world. This piece first appeared in mixer (2012)
Fiction Series: Ongoing 8 Chapters
Updated Mar 18, 2020 · 12,444 words (46 minutes) · 1 like · 3302 views
Ever want to explore interstellar space? In these loosely interconnected stories, you're the main character. Explore the vast unknown!
Published Jan 11, 2020 · 7,771 words (29 minutes) · 262 views
My daughter, my lover, my missing baby brother. She had been one of them once, left searching for Matt after the colossal security failure at Kauai. Nothing since had been as bad as that. The uncertainty, wondering if he was out there somewhere, in pain and alone . . . She'd found him. Once in a lifetime, impossible stroke of luck.
Published Dec 27, 2019 · 5,513 words (21 minutes) · 1 view
According to my mom, the only thing I've ever been good at is sitting around like an idiot, and she's 100% right. Whereas my co-pilot Allie O'Donovan--with her calibrated synesthetic schizophrenia, and her ability to fly spaceships through Ureality for faster-than-light travel--is interesting, and probably the sort of person who's good at everything. So how come when we fly missions together, she's the one who's afraid?