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Not Without My Cat (When fish is not enough)

by A M Russell

Sam is a detective. And what do detectives do? Well, detect acts of crime, survey the misdoings of the mistakenly lovelorn, eat sandwiches, and look for lost cats. Since going into the private sector Sam is...

The Misplaced Battleship Lure

by Harley Harrison

A Staynless Steel Rat story. Slyppery Jem de Gryz has been digging in the archives as punishment in the Special Corps. She has found a sting, she believes. To prevent the end of a presidential career, they set...

Shadow Parasite

by Stuart Knott

Two crude friends are whiling away their summer holidays from University in their local corner shop. Their days consist of mocking the customers they serve, and planning their extra-cirricular activities, with...

Metalheart

by Stephen W. Cote

Seran is a Scout fighting alongside other robots in the war against humans. When she detects wreckage of a fallen battleship, an errant process compels her to fight through the human forces and rescue a survivor....

Orange Car with Stripes

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the ultimate in atheist sci-fi comic pulp fiction! On a dare, Gian Carlo Spallanzini set out to discover the deepest darkest secret of a person picked at random. He had no idea what he was getting into....

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...

Fissure Monroe

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dawn Debris is hired to find a possibly-radiation-poisoned leg bone of a high society fashionette who only wants to fit in with the new craze of skeletal transplants that’s sweeping the nation. A store detective,...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #37

by Silver Age Books

Eight stories and one article feature in this issue of Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction: Apoidroids by Douglas Thompson, Make It Sacred by Mike Sweeney, The Last Testament by Rafe McGregor, Curios by Ben Kendall-Carpenter,...

Black Rain

by Ian Sales

The settlement on Titan, one of the moons of Saturn, is only just hanging on. When a teenager goes missing, a search party is organised. What Dr Albarn finds while looking for the missing girl could have profound...

Memoirs of a Turtle

by Palpita

Collection of poems about living a life, portrayed as a turtle.

Continuation

by CD Clement

So I died, and to be totally honest with you it was a lot more painful than I had expected. A hell of a lot more painful. But then again I am fairly sure that you are not supposed to remember the actual death...

A Moth on the Moon

by Michael Graeme

Most people - except the conspiracy theorists - know the United States landed a man on the moon in 1969. What's less well known however, is that the British beat them to it, in 1947.

The Universe Wide Web 1. Getting Started

by Simon J Morley

A sci-fi adventure about a young boy, Jack Smart, who stumbles upon the universal wide web, an intergalactic internet where creatures from all over the universe go to meet to talk, share, trade and play, and...

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...

Strange Carnivorous Flowers From Outer Space

by Matthew Vandrew

Do you know what is worse than your boyfriend meeting your parents? Him meeting all your family including drunk aunt and adolescent cousin. Oh, and your boyfriend is an alien. This can't possibly go well, can...

Yvala Restirred

by Cathan L. Moore

A Norawest Smith story. An Irishwoman offers Norawest and Yarola a job, and they need the money. The big money is in men, and the most valuable are the otherworldly sirens of the jungle. Beautiful enough to...

Now it is evening

by Edworld

Small glimpse of an alternative's Future .... maybe

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #27

by Silver Age Books

TQF27 presents a marvellous novel in full: Operation 1848 by Mike Schultheiss! Plus two short stories: "Orchid Strangelove and the Kiss of the Taipan" by Sam Leng and "Lost Futures" by Cyril Simsa. The issue...

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?

Pandora and Melanie

by Michael Graeme

My dear Richard, I apologise for the delay in writing to you but it's only now I am beginning to come to terms with the implications of your discovery, and also the news of your collaboration with the woman...