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Slipping Away

by Ray Daley

When Aliens finally arrive are they here to save at least some of us? As a species, love is the our one redeeming factor but can it keep those we care about close to us forever?

The Mason Procedure

by Ray Daley

The conveyor belt of warm bodies brings a constant stream of eager new young volunteers to fill the dangerous jobs in space. Every day is lived on the edge of danger and the slightest slip will find them in...

The Last Day With My Friends (In The Marble Orchard)

by Ray Daley

Now the war is over, the fight for peace, prosperity and shared knowledge is just as important. But some knowledge is too important to be shared.

The 53rd Attempt

by Ray Daley

Keep trying until you succeed, no matter what you are attempting. Even if it's the attempt to discover time travel. Better luck next time, perhaps?

The Grandfather Army

by Ray Daley

A loyal Drill Sergeant proudly trains the next batch of recruits to go off to war. Until things get personal.

The Ground Beneath My Feet

by Ray Daley

When Earth finally can't supoport us all mankind has to come up with an alternate plan to ensure the survival of the species. The ships that carry the seed of humanity out into space won't always find perfect...

The Duel

by Ray Daley

A duel to the death! Pistols at dawn, honour to be satisfied. Only one man can come out of this unscathed. He'll make sure he's the right one, he's got an unfair advantage.

TV Times

by Ray Daley

As television gets more and more stations, you'll find there's less and less worth watching any more. Just pray that one day your TV doesn't start watching YOU!

Welcome To New York

by Ray Daley

The tourist attraction of the past is also the tourist attraction of the future - for an entirely different reason!

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #40

by Silver Age Books

Featuring cover art by Howard Watts (and in the print edition, interior art by Ben Ludlam), plus “The Delusions and Tangents of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes, “The Journey of Toil Ling; a Folkish...

One Plus One Makes Me

by Ray Daley

Is a prison with no bars still a prison? Or is the mind the worst prison of all? Worse than the sentance of being completely alone?

The Machine Is Working

by Ray Daley

When The President says something he needs to forget in a hurry then it's time to send him to The Machine. But how can the world be sure he's really forgotten that vital detail?

One Smaller Step

by Ray Daley

When one man is sent to scout the location for the first Lunar Dome, are the steps he takes the first ones ever made there? Or is he walking in someone elses footsteps?

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #39

by Silver Age Books

Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction #39 has six more stories of Thornton Excelsior from the magnificent Rhys Hughes, mutant ultraviolence from Mike Sauve, science fiction from Douglas Thompson, and an interview with...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #41

by Silver Age Books

Issue forty-one of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction features two long stories – "Milo Don't Count Coup", by Ross Gresham, and Notes on the Bone" by Charles Wilkinson – a shorter one by Douglas Thompson – "DogBot™"...

Milk Run

by Ray Daley

On a regular planet hop made many times before without incident the first blemish on a perfect record is only ever less than a second away. When the worst happens can anyone save them?

Something Borrowed, Something Blew

by Ray Daley

Never complain about your luck, at least it's yours. Even if it is ALL bad. One day you MIGHT get a break!

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #29

by Silver Age Books

Here is TQF29, seven stories high. Douglas Thompson takes the lead, with the eerie and poetic "Madame Mortadore & the Clouds". "Foundling" by Nick Sansone follows a painter through a troubled life foretold....

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Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #31

by Silver Age Books

If you've had a good Christmas, it's about to get better! If you've had a bad one, here is its saving grace! Theaker's 31 is here for your pleasure! We've got eight terrific stories and nineteen reviews. We...

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Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #30

by Silver Age Books

The issue opens with "Citadel Ninety-Nine" by Michael Canfield, in which a bloodthirsty army tears its way across a strange, strange world. Also in this issue… John Greenwood plots the next point in Newton...

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