Sort by:
Filter by:

Found 13 works tagged 'apocalypse'.

Data?1536446947

Free

Fiction

James Van Pelt

Floaters

Published Aug 20, 2020 · 7,979 words (30 minutes) · 86 views

Mystery Science Fiction time travel apocalypse paradox AIDS

What if you traveled into the future, and the world was completely destroyed? Wouldn't you do anything to change our fate? Would there be anything you'd be unwilling to sacrifice?

Free

Data?1591030734

$3.00

Fiction Series: Complete 7 Chapters

Holly Lyn Walrath

Tarot of the Animal Lords

Updated Jun 1, 2020 · 6,181 words (23 minutes) · 1 like · 90 views

Fantasy future history apocalypse future realities

A young woman navigates an apocalyptic landscape . . . with her wolfish lover stalking her.

$3.00

00 matto
Data?1536446947

Free

Post

James Van Pelt

Talking to Public Radio about a Story on Curious Fictions

Published May 28, 2020 · 174 words (1 minute) · 149 views

writing apocalypse high school pandemic covid-19 virtual learning

Author James Van Pelt talks to Colorado Public Radio about writing science fiction about a pandemic, twenty years before today's events.

Free

LATE NIGHT
Data?1536446947

Free

Post

James Van Pelt

Post-Apocalyptic Fiction After 9/11 and Covid

Published Apr 30, 2020 · 445 words (2 minutes) · 1 like · 231 views

writing apocalypse covid-19

James Van Pelt ruminates on what it means to write apocalyptic fiction in a world that seems to be rehearsing for it.

Free

I Am Become
Data?1552251827

Free

Fiction

Rhiannon R-S

How to Survive the Apocalypse

Published Mar 22, 2020 · 849 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 225 views

Horror Humor Satire Science Fiction zombie apocalypse video games

Beauty tip essentials for the zombie apocalypse, or a short meditation on societal norms.

Free

Woman applying liquid black eyeliner
Data?1533443818

Free

Fiction

Joe Pitkin

A Murmuration of Starlings

Published Mar 14, 2020 · 5,936 words (22 minutes) · 286 views

Science Fiction apocalypse pandemic Invasive Species quorum sensing bacterial computing

Dr. Evelyn Cole has been recruited to eradicate a massive population of starlings in sleepy Fort Clark, Washington, as part of an effort to combat a pandemic. But she soon finds that there is more to these starlings, and to the infection they carry, than she thought...

Free

Did you know that Mozart kept a pet starling? These beautiful birds are often viewed in North America as pests (as they are not native). But I love these birds and the many sounds they make -- they do a very good job of imitating hawks...
Data?1581448547

Free

Fiction

Caren Gussoff Sumption

As They Get Warmer, They Give A Little

Published Feb 14, 2020 · 3,689 words (14 minutes) · 188 views

Humor Science Fiction Caren Gussoff anti-hero apocalypse help desk rpg IT department office humor cubicle life Computer games apoca-cute

The silliest version of the apocalypse, in tight leather pants. Originally published in After The Fall, edited by Alex Davis (2014) and SKEW, edited by Ben Lehman (2013) .

Free

Data?1536446947

Free

Fiction

James Van Pelt

Fine Dining in the Apocalypse

Published Feb 5, 2020 · 1,113 words (5 minutes) · 247 views

Science Fiction food apocalyptic apocalypse recipes

Throw a thousand people into the same situation, and you will have a thousand different experiences, even if that situation is the apocalypse. Be our guest, at the end of the world.

Free

Data?1541796973

Free

Fiction

Charlotte Platt

Zom-bees

Published Dec 4, 2019 · 536 words (2 minutes) · 272 views

Fantasy Science Fiction apoca-cute Strange zombies apocalypse bees cute

A short story about rebuilding the world in surprising ways.

Free

Deans Court beekeeper
Data?1585245572

$1.00

Fiction

Elinor Caiman Sands

In the Sky with Diamonds

Published Mar 27, 2019 · 4,090 words (15 minutes) · 637 views

Science Fiction disability aliens cerebral palsy spaceship moon colony apocalypse spacecraft Apocalyptic Fiction The Moon alien invasion

Megan flees the Moon in her space capsule as terrifying aliens invade. But she must turn to confront them if she's to save not only her sister, but planet Earth as well. Originally published in the Defying Doomsday anthology of apocalypse fiction featuring disabled and chronically ill characters.

$1.00

Moon