March 2022 Short Stories
by Robert Pettus
"Sometimes, family reunions can be a bit of a bother..."
by Mark Pezzula
"Bet you can't eat just one..."
Software Glitch of the Mind
by Angela Camack
"Better living through technology!"
by David Smith
"He was an accomplished astronaut who had made hundreds of
voyages outside of the Earth's atmosphere, but it wasn't his comfort
zone. Tinkering with specimens under a microscope in the safety of his
little office was what he enjoyed. This was different, though. There
was suspicion that there could be something on Mars worth studying...
by Samantha Brooke
"No-one in our family ever talked about how Granny had died. I
was only seven when it happened, so I never really thought much about
the whys and wherefores. You don't when you're that age, do you? As I
grew older, I occasionally wondered. My own mother would often talk
about Granny - her mum - and tell me stories and anecdotes about her..."
by Borut Slokan
"Hunting these pagan Slovens is a tough business, thought
Ludwig. They hide in the forests like moles, and you have to get them
out of the bushes any way you can. But the Karanthanian Duke Valtunk
was clear: we must exterminate the pagans..."
by Michael Fernandes
"Actions have consequences—which often come with the
inevitable, irrevocable regrets...."