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Golden

by Tom Lichtenberg

A man saved by accident from global human extinction is able to travel back in time within the previous century – the only problem is, he’s a black man in 20th century America. A screenplay based on characters...

It's A Wonderful (After) Life

by Ray Daley

The purpose of Life is to make the world a better place after you leave, is the purpose of Death exactly the same thing? Caution, contains some swearing!

Devil Fighters of Titan

by Tara Loughead

Bulays finds out that there really are shapeshifters from another universe eating frozen heads. With beautiful demon fighters from another dimension tracking them down to kill them. However, there are far more...

Star Chosen, part 1: a science fiction space opera

by Joe Chiappetta

Part 1 of 7. Deleting history was just the beginning in this cross between Narnia and Star Trek. Blast off with STAR CHOSEN, a space opera of post-biblical proportions! After war, heartbreak, attacks to your...

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...

Honorable Enemies Rethought

by Poula Anderson

A Dominique Flyndry story. Captain Dominique Flyndry, super Agent of the Terran Empire has met her worst nightstallion. An opposing spy that is a telepath. The bird woman Aycharaya can read her mind and know...

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 Short Trip

by Ray Daley

What lengths will a Doctor Who fan go to in order to retrieve missing episodes?

The Outlier #2: Migrants

by Tom Lichtenberg

The world's #1 (if not only) Big-Data Detective returns in yet another extremely unlikely (if not impossible) adventure. This time things that should never move are apparently moving, and hidden dangers are...

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!

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...

The Machine

by Matthew Stoff

If computers could talk... what would they say?

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...

Empire

by Stephen W. Cote

Jan Christopherson is a reporter tasked with reporting on Analytical Engine pollution predictions for the year. When he scratches the surface he finds a conspiracy is afoot that challenges the Jung-Freud religion...

The Rebel of Valkyr Returned

by Alfreda Coppel

The throneworld is full of murderous betrayal. The evil Ivane plots with a usurper and a warlock. The star-queens have turned their back on rightful Emperor of the Galaxy Alyn Imperator thanks to honeyed lies...

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?

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #46

by Silver Age Books

Amazing fiction! Insightful reviews! A self-indulgent editorial! Yes, it’s Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction! This issue features alphabetically-ordered stories by Gary Budgen, Mitchell Edgeworth, Josie Gowler,...

Black Denim Lit #3

by BlackDenimLit

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2014: Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders for free through BlackDenimLit.com. This month Christopher T. Garry brings together sixty...

The Predator of the Meadow

by Stephen W. Cote

Vincent Wagner is a soldier for the Panthera Corporation. His mind has been chemically and behaviorally altered to make him a more effective soldier. Soldiers for the Panthera Corporation have no memories of...

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.