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by Andrew Gordinier

Would be lovers struggle through the apocalypse.

Galactic Empire Chronicles Ship List

by N.A. Miller

Ship List for the Galactic Empire game and for the story (Galactic Empire Chronicles) These were added to the game on the Magic Kingdom BBS from which will be referenced to in the story. Game originally had...

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...

Danse Macabre

by Sean Hines

Danse Macabre is a short story that combines a Lovecrafian style with a recent popular culture gothic horror stable.

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,...

Far From The Stars

by François Peneaud

A short science-fiction story set around 2200 CE. The first modified humans who have shown an ability for translating through space during trial tests have quickly become world-wide heroes. The twenty-fourth...

A Priest of Mars

by Allen Martin Bair

In the far future when mankind has spread out and colonized the solar system and beyond, a young priest of the Martian Orthodox Church is recalled home to Mars after a freak accident in space. There he must...

She Devils of Europa

by Tara Loughead

One of the richest women in the Solar System asks Bulays and Ghaavn for help in stopping a series of thefts. There is a mystery to solve at the most expensive resort in existence, The Europa. Larceny, magic...

The Blue Behemoth Regrown

by Lee Brackett

Jix is the manager of a fleabitten low rent space circus for Beccie Shannon. They are broke, so when someone offers them cash they have to take it, or starve. One rampaging Venusian swamp monster, and all hell...

Tran And The Circle

by Ron Patrick Horton

Tran Hollow vows revenge after his brother's murder. He finds friends, enemies and himself on this thrilling adventure across galaxies.

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 David Effect

by Mike Jansen

Set in a dystopian future The David Effect takes us to Holland-under-the-sea where advanced technology and bio-engineering do battle with vested powers to decide who will own controlling interests in humanity's...

Moments In A Crowd

by Ray Daley

The moments in a crowd can make a lifetime. And they can end one too. Trying to stop a killer is like trying to stop a runaway train, can our hero succeed?

The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark (Preview)

by Robby DeLuca

A preview of my new book, "The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark," that will coming most likely sometime in November. This book is a little better written than World of Dead: Homeland, so please enjoy my...

Patient Review

by Ray Daley

The Doctor once said "I am definitely a mad man with a box" but what if that's what he REALLY was? Perhaps that might explain his behaviour?

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?

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,...

Miranda Blaze

by Tara Loughead

A squadron of Karshi singleships make an exploratory strike near Uranus. Bulays and Ghaavn are on the ground, and so, it seems, is one of Ghaavn’s old friends. And speaking of old, the Death Queen of Neptune...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #38

by Silver Age Books

Stories in this issue: “The Lives and Spacetimes of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes (actually eight stories in one!); “The Daylight Witch” by Jim Steel; “Off and On Again” by Alison Littlewood;...