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Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, LIGHTSPEED is a Hugo Award-winning, critically-acclaimed digital magazine. In its pages, you'll find science fiction from near-future stories and sociological SF to far-future, star-spanning SF. Plus there's fantasy from epic sword-and-sorcery and contemporary urban tales to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folk tales. Each month, LIGHTSPEED brings you a mix of originals and reprints featuring a variety of authors, from the bestseller ...
 
Onyx Publications presents the Story Discovery Podcast, offering free, narrated short stories, poetry, and flash fiction that appear in Etched Onyx Magazine. More information about the podcast, the magazine, and Onyx Publications can be found at www.onyxpublications.com. Settle in, and enjoy the show.
 
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A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate’s Year November written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels. Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month Susan attends and auction and reminisces about Guy Fawkes night as a little girl . The post Short Story – Susan Tate’s Year November …
 
A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate’s Year October written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels. Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month the library hosts Black History Month and mad Uncle Harry has a culinary query. The post Short Story – Susan Tate’s Year October appea…
 
If you’re reading this---on some godforsaken imageboard, or dog-eared book page, or in encrypted base pairs sequenced off 3D-printed oligos---you’re probably grappling with a pretty tough decision right now. Breathe. I’m not judging you. I know how it goes. You tried your best but nothing’s infallible, or you slipped up one night, or he just straig…
 
In a futuristic, post invasion Taiwan, a woman reflects upon beauty, lovers, and things that never change. Afterward we speak with author Juan Torregrosa (a multi-lingual interpreter) about this work and his experience of living in China for over 15 years, writing in non-native languages, and the hot and cold relationship he has with reading and wr…
 
A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate’s Year September written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels. Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month Susan goes on holiday and does some decorating. The post Short Story – Susan Tate’s Year September appeared first on The Casket of F…
 
Gaza looked down at the city of Nyss, surveying his creation. He thought it was perfect. Well, almost. In the city centre stood several griots spinning a tale to a captive audience, their camels and brightly-coloured caravans sheltering in the shade of palm trees. The griots should be dusty---after all they had travelled some distance, spent severa…
 
Noodle is pleased to discover a ‘special’ born amongst the newest chicks. His older sister is even more pleased, knowing this will keep Noodle occupied as she seeks enlightenment without interruption. Follow these siblings on their individual journeys that coalesce into a singular discovery. After the reading we talk Ronly Blau about the various in…
 
A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate’s Year August written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels. Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month Susan and Derek have a day by the seaside and there is another birthday. The post Short Story – Susan Tate’s Year August appeared first…
 
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