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Matthew Hughes

Falberoth's Ruin

Published Nov 30, 2020 · 3,648 words (14 minutes) · 269 views

Fantasy Science Fiction far-future SF Old Earth Henghis Hapthorn

This is one of the early Henghis Hapthorn stories that ran in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction sixteen years ago. I was taking poor Henghis through his time of uncertainty, as the moment of the great change from rationalism to magic was about to upend his world.

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James Van Pelt

Working the Moon Circuit

Published Jul 22, 2020 · 5,311 words (20 minutes) · 322 views

Science Fiction space program far-future SF Alien Culture moon humanity post-human moon landing

What is being human truly like? Maybe only an alien who has never experienced humanity is the best point of view to explore the question.

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Samantha L. Strong

Pirates Don't Make Amends

Published Nov 18, 2019 · 2,112 words (8 minutes) · 4 likes · 700 views

Science Fiction far-future SF Space Pirates

Infamous space pirate Captain Vendetta has orders to retrieve the most important artifact of her career. But to do it, she'll need to confront an old nemesis: her own estranged daughter.

Author S. L. Saboviec’s work has appeared in Amazing Stories, Flash Fiction Online, AE, and elsewhere. She has three novels out in her Fallen Redemption trilogy, and she's the Reprint Editor for Flash Fiction Online.

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Edward Ashton

Midnight in Absheron

Published Sep 2, 2019 · 6,598 words (24 minutes) · 452 views

Science Fiction far-future SF

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KJ Kabza

Rowling in the Year 3000

Published Apr 21, 2019 · 1,086 words (4 minutes) · 303 views

Science Fiction clones far-future SF

Long after her death, the estate of J.K. Rowling is a money-making machine, capitalizing on the creative output of dozens of her clones—just as all wealthy literary estates do in the year 3000. But J.K. Rowling clone Melanie refuses to let any other person (or entity) profit from her own creative spark. Can she refuse to write forever? Would giving in be so terrible? Or is there another way?

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KJ Kabza

Get Happy

Published Nov 20, 2018 · 1,675 words (7 minutes) · 375 views

Science Fiction happy ending far-future SF spaceships idea SF

Despite their omnipotence and immortality, and an infinite amount of time to research and reason on their radically transformed spaceship-planet in a far, far future, Marcellis and Anemone still can’t deduce the meaning of life. But maybe deduction isn’t the way to find it.

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