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Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #36

by Silver Age Books

144 pages of fiction and reviews, all available for free download! Our fiction this time: The Photographer’s Tale by Daniel Mills, A Fable of Worcester by Victor D. Infante, Angeline of the Woods by Dylan...

Oblivion

by Stephen W. Cote

A long time ago, Diotitus was a Greek god. At least for about a month until his worshiper-base of eight converted. Now, Diotitus lives in an apartment in the afterlife of the generally unsaved. One neighbor...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #33

by Silver Age Books

I don't think it's at all a stretch to say that this is one of the strangest issues of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction we've ever published! Our lead story is "NON", by Douglas Ogurek, a dizzying blur of new words,...

Replay

by Drew Wagar

An Oolite Short Story - Difficult to describe even in summary without giving away the plot. It’s only three and a half pages long, so won’t take you long. Suffice to say, things aren’t always what they...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #35

by Silver Age Books

Wash your pain away with the misery of others! “Involuntary Muscle” by Black Static contributor Maura McHugh tells of Lilly, her unhappy life made more miserable yet by surprising news. “House of Nowhere”,...

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...

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;...

Zombies! Episode 8: The Good, the Bad, and the Zombie

by Ivan Turner

Is the apocalypse a world wide event or is it something that happens privately to the individual? It's Christmas. While Greg Smith is reunited with his estranged parents, Anthony Heron must battle his demons...

The Machine

by Matthew Stoff

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

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #41

by Silver Age Books

Issue forty-one of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction features two long stories – "Milo Don't Count Coup", by Ross Gresham, and Notes on the Bone" by Charles Wilkinson – a shorter one by Douglas Thompson – "DogBot™"...

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...

All The Pretty Boys From Charm School

by Ray Daley

Work hard at your studies and one day you too will make someone a wonderful husband. Unless you decide to smash the system from within of course.

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!

Copy, Write

by Ray Daley

An advertising agency in the golden age of radio is no place for a science fiction writer. Or is it? Find out inside!

The Strange World

by Sasa Sijak

A collection of science fiction short stories. Get into the thrilling world of adventure and mystery.

In the Beginning

by Yuri Csapo

First contact. For the first time, humans will be meeting members of another intelligent species. One man has a question: why now? The answer will be more surprising than he could have imagined.

The Grandparent Trap (Quality Times #2) (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

Young Ben Foster is not happy. He’s due to spend his summer holidays at his grandparent’s house. His boring, old-fashioned grandparents who don’t even have wi-fi. But when Ben knocks on their front door,...

Regret

by Jaleta Clegg

The invention of the Emoticator promises to free mankind from unwanted emotional burdens. But at what cost to our future?

Incursion

by Ray Daley

Every Universe that can play out, has and currently is. Not everyone likes the Universe they were born in, even fewer dare to think they alone can change it for the better.

Not Eddie

by Ray Daley

Many things are done in the cause of Friendship. Friends don't let friends go out the hard way.