December Short Stories
Black Melody Journal
by Travis Walsh
"A secret between her and the hundreds of silver silhouettes
at her from the field behind the old, perfect house."
by William Joseph Roberts
How far can VR go? How far SHOULD it go?
by M. J. Guillotte
"They all hoped for new soil in the end."
Wizard and Sorceress of Crater Lake
by Bruce Rowe
The true origin story of Crater Lake.
at Willow Lake
by Isaac Lowry
Come on, David, you've gotta be better than this.
by Carl Walmsley
"Look after them – but let them grow up. At some point, that
will mean letting them grow beyond you."
The Line Of The Reality
A Mare Inebrium Story
by Sergio “ente per ente” PALUMBO
Edited by Michele DUTCHER
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy..."
Best of 2020
Beyond Is The Beginning
by J. B. Toner
"I was Archon, steward of the Maker. I was Death, the
worlds. I was Man, the mediator. I was something new."
in St. Stephen's Green
by T. J. Matthews
"Discipline. Discipline and control. Along straight lines. Not
squiggly. Not curvy. Too many curvy lines, these days."
Sum of His Parts
by Jeff Parsons
Spider (or, excuse me, Aubrey) makes first contact.
Roosterfish Pie of Ovas-9
by Arto Koistinen
"The place was a right backwater. It was also the only planet
galaxy where you could still find true roosterfish."
Paper, Rock and Water
by Margaret Karmazin
"Was it simply enough to produce art if no other sentient
other than himself laid eyes upon it?"
by T. Richard Williams
Being a cyborg isn't all arm cannons and laser vision, you