The Thirteenth Labour


The Thirteenth Labour By Simon Kewin   Simon Kewin is a writer of fantasy and sci/fi, with over 400 publications to his name. He’s the author of the Cloven Land fantasy trilogy, cyberpunk thriller The […]

Big, Bad Ships from Outer Space


Big, Bad Ships from Outer Space by Jason Lairamore A retired Grand Master of the space fleet thought his time in the captain’s chair was over, that he could finally spend more time with his […]

One Life in a Day


One Life in a Day by Brett Abrahamsen The author’s prose has been sold to the Sci Phi Journal, Twenty Two Twenty Eight, Creepy Podcast, The Fifth Di…, and City River Tree. He resides in […]

Bogies in the Storm


Bogies in the Storm by Michael D. Burnside Michael D. Burnside is a graduate of Ohio University. By day, he earns a living as a systems analyst, helping customers figure out what they need from […]

Quiet, She Has Legs!


Quiet, She Has Legs! by Emmie Christie Twitter @EmmieChristie33. Emmie Christie’s work includes practical subjects, like feminism and mental health, and speculative subjects, like unicorns and affordable healthcare. She has been published in […]

Sunday Servin


Sunday Servings by Melissa R. Mendelson   Melissa R. Mendelson is a Poet and Horror, Science-Fiction and Dystopian Author. Her short stories have been published by Sirens Call Publications, Dark Helix Press, Altered Reality Magazine, […]

Exotic Fish Subscription Service


Exotic Fish Subscription Service by David Mortimer David Mortimer was born in East London and is still there. He enjoys crosswords, crisps, and writing stories about knights and postal workers. AB crunched across the ice […]

Haggis, Rhino and Other Unexpected Wildlife


Haggis, Rhino and Other Unexpected Wildlife by Gareth D Jones   Gareth D Jones is unofficially the second most widely translated science fiction short story author in the world, having been published in 31 languages. […]

Hard Memory


Hard Memory by Addison Smith Addison Smith (he/him) is an author and laborer living in Upstate New York, where he spends most of his time at libraries. He is a member of the Codex Writers […]

The Great Hall of Ahkurst


The Great Hall of Ahkurst by Lee Clark Zumpe Lee Clark Zumpe, an entertainment columnist with Tampa Bay Newspapers, earned his bachelor’s in English at the University of South Florida. He began writing poetry and […]

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