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Veterans

by Ray Daley

Sometimes you give your life to your country. Then you get it back, and become a veteran. But there's always a new war rolling around. What can you offer now, when the planet's at stake?

The Outlier #5: Jumpers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest data detective, but he had too many cases. He needed to apply the same analytics techniques he used for solving mysteries to manage his own workload issues. He was also...

Welcome To Freedom

by Ray Daley

If you can find freedom, it's worth almost any sacrifice. Does that include the things that make you Human?

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!

Dreams Are Real

by William Hrdina

Dreams are Real revolves around one man’s struggle to come to terms with what happens when we he is asleep and the strange events that lead him to arrive at his unconventional conclusions.

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?

The Bomb

by Ray Daley

When a bomb is deprived of its creator, how will it react? Perhaps by doing the one thing it was made to do? Or can it be stopped?

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?

Iris

by Norman Crane

Iris is an epic science fiction book about love. It's not written by a best-selling author and it hasn't topped any sales charts. But the reason for that is simple: this page doesn't actually exist yet. If you...

Dieselpunk ePulp Showcase 2

by John Picha

This sci-fi smorgasbord serves up 9 retro tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1920s - 1940s. It drops you into the deco chiseled cities of alternate Americana, airlifts you to exotic locales, then rockets...

Copy, Write

by Ray Daley

An advertising agency in the golden age of radio is no place for a science fiction writer. Or is it? Find out inside!

Than and Now

by TheYuri

Too tired to remember, too painful to forget? Do you really want to let go? Only Dr. Than removes unwanted memories. If you could erase a painful memory, would you? Meet Michael and his nightmare. He would give...

Wish World

by Tom Lichtenberg

We all have dreams. We pray, we hope, we buy lottery tickets and wish on falling stars. We know this isn't the most practical way to get things done, but our hearts tell us a different story. We want to believe....

Migrations, Volume II: Only the Deplorable

by Ashim Shanker

"Was it possible to feel nostalgic about something that had never happened to him, possible for nostalgia to be taken in by the body as a free pathogen to infect the consciousness with stray sentiments? Perhaps,...

The Deniers

by William Hrdina

A story about a kid named Hank who refuses to go along with the program.

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 End of the Line

by Tom Lichtenberg and John Lichtenberg

Epic Fail. The anti-hero, anti-fantasy, anti-quest adventure continues. Escaping from one prison only to find themselves trapped inside another, where machines are running wild, the sun doesn't know how to properly...

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.

Faraday & Frankenstein

by S. Anderson Laatsch

SHORT FICTION -- Warnings to the Curious #1 A new dark age begins... In 1867, Michael Faraday, well beyond his years of meaningful contribution to the electrical sciences, travels to the America for one final,...

First One There Dies

by Ray Daley

Can the first crew to land on Mars uphold a deadly ancient local tradition and still all survive?