Marie Hadner's life as a law enforcement officer on the isolated space colony was tedious beyond belief, one trivial incident
after another blown out of proportion people as bored as she was. Then the comet — at least it looked like a comet —
parked itself nearby, and people began to disappear.
Eat Me: My Dinner With The Last of the
Mark Edgemon and Robert Moriyama
Samuel Winston's trip to New Guinea was a memorable one. Good thing, because the voice and video recordings that he might have
used for his show on The Travel Network were lost…
In the name of science and The System, "A" and "B" tortured condemned prisoners to death and tried to capture
It Is Better To Give…
The other inmates of the prison colony called Prisoner 87 a whore and a traitor, believing her to be the mistress of the
Commandant. They didn't know she was really the mechanic that kept him — it — running.
One With The Stars
Cowrie's people wandered the stars at will in their "planetoids", sentient machines that could cross interstellar
distances in an instant. But for her, the prospect of her grandfather's imminent demise outweighed all the wonders her world
Pale Nations of the Dead
In Pame Glorias, the Llorona Xalbadora wept tears of rucrystal, and waited for one who could free her from her eternal
The young tree became the vessel for a vengeful spirit, and found itself doing untreelike things — like walking.
The Power of Reverie
The magic lamp, combined with Seruele's powers, brought forth wonderful things. But the child was willful and too curious for
her own good.
Time Warps and Jump
T. N. Dockrey
Shadow, the beautiful young stowaway, talked of 'phantoms' and 'albatrosses' — ghosts that haunted the
Spines, the paths through jump-space that made interstellar travel practical and predictable.
When the two Captains of the Silver Moon return to the Mare Inebrium, Max isn't very glad to see them. But they buy their way
into Max's good graces with a large credit chip, and a sad story. After all, in the Mare Inebrium, a story to tell is as valuable
as hard currency…