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The Virgin of Valkarion Reheld

by Poula Anderson

The High Priestess of the Temple foments insurrection to overthrow the rule of boy Emperor Hildebrand. Hunted, he meets Alfrid of Aslak, an outland barbarian. She fires his heart, this heathen warrior out of...

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?

Death Ray Butterfly

by Tom Lichtenberg

Inspector Stanley Mole doesn't mind a hard case, but things have gotten out of hand. There's a killer who escapes to a parallel universe, a 20,000 year old murder, a witness to her own death, a toddler assassin,...

Black Priestess of Varda Dominant

by Erika Fennel

Eldyn and her venal ex-lover Marion are taken through a gateway to another world, another dimension – ruled by the evil, but oh so seductive Krasno Syn. There is a prophecy of a saviour – El-ve-dyn, who...

In Constant Contact

by Tom Lichtenberg

The good folks at World Weary Avengers are at it again. Now they've come up with a device that keeps you in continual contact with a "professional friend", someone guaranteed to always be there, whenever you...

Little Green Men From.....

by Ray Daley

On an exploration mission into deep space to an apparently dead planet that suddenly starts sending out signals. What will they find? A warm welcome? Or?

The Medal of Honor  Or  Earwigs Under the Carpet (demo)

by Artur Boratczuk

Mirror, mirror on the wall which is the most scary institution of them all? FBI, CIA, SETI ... No! It's the loan banks and the US Copyright Office that are scariest of all... A man can accomplish heroic deeds,...

Excerpts From a Journal

by Tom Horn

What happens when the planet's most powerful person begins to feel a strange and powerful force from within?

Pink Carbide (First Half)

by E.S. Wynn

In the dark underworld of Los Angeles, 2162, Cylea is targeted by unknown forces within the shadowy depths of global corporate government. Safety is scarce and running is the rule, but each brush with death...

Strandline

by Nancy Brauer

Strandline is a web serial and possibly a novel about the new teleporting subspecies Homo sapiens nictans. Why am I not sure if it’s a novel? Because I’m writing this sucker by the seat of my pants and looking...

A Stronger, Loving World

by Anthony Omen

In the near future, humanity's breakneck race towards more and more ubiquitous technology eventually causes the Singularity, an event that changes humanity as we know it. Joe, an average guy, discovers that...

Corporate Responsibility

by Tara Loughead

A very short science fiction story about getting someone to take the top job, when it means that they could literally be for the chop.

The Watchers from Within Moments, Revealed

by Mark Paul Jacobs

An approximate 50% excerpt of my Sci Fi/Horror novelette 'The Watchers from Within Moments, Revealed." Jim Vedder, chief engineer at California’s FastTech Corporation, has developed the world’s fastest camera....

Nomabduce

by Gareth Lewis

When a ransom demand arrives for a planet’s name, the inhabitants realise they can no longer remember it. What will they do to get it back?

Diary of the Displaced - The Journal of James Halldon - Episode 2

by Glynn James

Episode 2 of the serial novel "Diary of the Displaced" There is a place where nightmares are real. It is a dark and terrifying place, hidden from the world we know by borders that only the most unfortunate of...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #23

by Silver Age Books

TQF#23 has science fiction from Wayne Summers and John Greenwood, fantasy from Richard K. Lyon & Andrew J. Offutt, horror from Anna M. Lowther and John Hall, and reviews galore. Altogether, there are 52,534...

The Shoemaker's Son (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

++ A short story ++ 1807. As a young boy, Brogan O'Malley encounters the strange and enigmatic Darcy, on the streets of Edinburgh. Ten years pass and Brogan, a now a petty thief, meets her once again and is...

World Weary Avengers

by Tom Lichtenberg

The good folks at World Weary Avengers Incorporated had a simple idea - changing the world for the better merely by talking loudly in public. Seemed simple enough, but even with the help of the most sophisticated...

Modus Operandi

by John Krissilas

In the future... people all over the world have been swept up in a new cult of happiness called The One True Way. Ryan Poole of the Washington Sentinel reports on the harrowing assassination attempt on the cult's...

Nestbusters

by Roderick Gladwish

Winner of the BSFA 50th Anniversary Short Story Competition. The war is over, but secrets remain.