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Martian Adventures: Exploration Part ...

Martian Adventures: Exploration Part 3

 Jim staggered a little under Ronnie’s weight, but he made sure she landed gently. She felt solid in his arms.  He liked it.  And they’d held hands, for a bit, too.  Did it count as holding hands through their suits?  Did this count as a hug?  Probably not.  Ronnie liked him as a friend, but […]

Disney Project: Chicken Little

Disney Project: Chicken Little

Chicken Little came out in 2005.  It wasn’t a high point for Disney.  This is the story of Chicken Little, a very small chicken in a town populated by various anthropomorphized animals.  A piece of sky falls on his head, so he rings the town bell to warn everyone.  The citizens panic.  They panic a […]

Triangulation: End of the Rainbow Tab...

Triangulation: End of the Rainbow Table of Contents

We’ve got 19 stories this year from some very talented authors.  I’m super excited to announce that we got a story from Peter S. Beagle, who’s going to be a Confluence this year as the Filk guest.  We also have a story by Eugie Foster, who is one of my very favorite short fiction authors, […]

Snow White

Snow White

The new queen looked down at her stepdaughter’s pallid face.  She was a pretty baby, in her strange way.  "Is she… healthy?"  She touched the baby’s cheek.  Her skin was cold as snow.  The queen shuddered.  "Healthy?" the doctor asked.  He shrugged.  "I can’t say.  She’s doesn’t have the fever that killed her father, that […]

Twitter Stories

Twitter Stories

Zombies shambled across the sunny park. One stopped by the swings and poked the dangling chains.  The rusty links squeaked. It shambled on. Brain matter dripped from Jane’s lips, into Sister Ann’s matted hair. She wiped her hands on her habit and crept into the sanctuary. Alan shot the zombie in the head, but that […]

Martian Adventures: Exploration Part ...

Martian Adventures: Exploration Part 2

Ronnie stopped a few feet away from the edge of the cliff.  "Look.  Isn’t it amazing?"  Jim stood next to her and stared down at the station.  "It really stands out, doesn’t it?  Especially the dome.  The greenhouses might be the only green on the whole planet."  Ronnie had never thought about there being green […]

Day by Day

Day by Day

Frank stared down the long barrel of his rifle.  The form scrambling up his path was definitely bipedal.  Its movements were labored, like it was exhausted, or broken.  He aimed at the head and squeezed.  The figure crumpled, and Frank resumed his perimeter patrol.  He hadn’t seen more than one zombie a day in a […]

Twitter Stories

Twitter Stories

The Yeti carved tunnels in the snow. When he heard steps and muffled voices overhead, he sat beneath them, and they eased his loneliness. The Mothman clung to the bridge. It swayed and creaked as cars drove overhead, but it was stable, for a bit longer. He’d warn them tomorrow. The Kraken liked games. He […]

Martian Adventures: Exploration Part ...

Martian Adventures: Exploration Part 1

Jim examined the spacesuit.  It didn’t look at all like the ones in the vids about the history of spaceflight.  It looked more like the wetsuit that he’d worn when his grandmother took him SCUBA diving.  It was sleek and black and rubbery against his fingers.  Ronnie was already wearing hers.  "Hurry up!" she urged.  […]

Review of WWW: Wake by Robert J. Sawy...

Review of WWW: Wake by Robert J. Sawyer

As the title implies, WWW: Wake is about an artificial entity on the internet gaining sentience.  This AI itself is one of the two main point of view characters.  The other is a blind girl named Caitlin Decter.  Caitlin undergoes an experimental surgery to give her sight.  At first, nothing happens.  Then, she gains an […]

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