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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...

In The Mouth Of The Gift Horse

by Ray Daley

Surprise presents are very nice, even to extremely tyranical dictators. Sometimes the surprise is that anyone will even SEND you a present!

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...

The Yaakmen Of Tyrie

by Mark Paul Jacobs

An approximate 55% excerpt of my Sci-Fi, action adventure epic "The Yaakmen of Tyrie". An epic adventure of monumental proportions A heroic tale of perseverance, bravery, loss, betrayal, and redemption A deep,...

Schism

by Drew Wagar

An Oolite Short Story - Lumbering through the depths of space are the Generation Ships; huge self contained transports driving between the stars at sublight speeds in the midst of thousand year journeys to populate...

Sargasso of Lost Starships Rehidden

by Poula Anderson

Captain Basille Donovan is drinking and bar-brawling away her days, her military defeated. The victors force her back into action—to the Black Nebula, and the otherworldy beauty of old lover Valdum, a super-powerful...

The Angel has the Phonebox

by Patrick Mallard

Stories 2 and 3 of "The Doctor's Faith" series. Part 1: The Powers That Be need help with their LA operations. The Doctor agrees to help Angel and Co. investigate the show "Smile Time". Part 2: The Doctor challenges...

Bride of the Dark One Rewed

by Florent Verbell Brown

Desperate women like Ransome find themselves at the end of the Galaxy in a dive drinking bad wine and worse whiskey and watching the exotic erotic allure of the dancing men. A night where the priestesses want...

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...

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...

Argo

by Vasileios Kalampakas

Humanity was forced to seek the stars. Destined to lead mankind into an ever expanding presence, the inhabitants of HD 85512 b have known no other rule than those of the benevolent machines. The same machines...

Wells and Wilde: A Fiction

by Tom Triumph

Oscar Wilde and H.G. Wells, young writers on the verge of fame, accept an invitation to dinner from a scientist with a time machine. On a lark the two climb in and find themselves in modern day, to humorous...

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...

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...

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?

Black Denim Lit #4

by Black Denim Lit

Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders. The May, 2014 issue edited by Christopher T Garry features seven new authors and their short stories. All the authors...

Rampant Pheromonix

by Tom Lichtenberg

When an overpopulated city is exposed to an epidemic of clairvoyance, all hell breaks loose. It’s up to the ‘wuns above’ and Science to fend off the forces of both good and evil in a race against certain...

The Ohso Project: The Recruit

by Jeff Thomason

Drew had never been to the principal’s office before. He had always been a good kid—at least he considered himself such—and he tried to stay out of trouble. But here he was sitting on a bench in the office...

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.

Prisoners of Perfection

by Tom Lichtenberg and John Lichtenberg

All they wanted was to get out of the infinite forest where they'd been imprisoned for what seemed like millennia. Immortal and frozen forever at age sixty four, their leader was set on revenge and his loyal...