Bag by Terry Martin

August 26, 2016 0

BAG Terry Martin Callum’s left eye fluttered above the landscape further down the hill, recording a view for future reference, its wi-fi facility having failed not long after installation. A Tartan roll-up, mixing its sweet … [continue reading]


August 23, 2016 0

So, interesting week, didn’t win a Hugo, not really surprising, but thanks everyone who voted for Sci Phi Journal, I am honored by your support. Also as promised: I read 5 short stories from my … [continue reading]


August 16, 2016 0

I have had some time to get on top of things a bit and am making progress I things I need to read, which is good, and expect a lot of emails over the next … [continue reading]

UniMail by Ellen Denton

August 15, 2016 0

UNI-MAIL Ellen Denton The gigantic transmitting stations, rising up like behemoths from stretches of windswept sand, were the only signs that life had ever existed on the planet. When the Star-Rover’s communication equipment first picked … [continue reading]

Ada by Peter J. Borger

August 12, 2016 0

ADA Peter J. Borger Nate had a personal dossier on every member of the Shark, nothing official, just his own notes; you don’t get ahead without sizing up the competition, and Nate was going to … [continue reading]


August 9, 2016 0

The time for our first print bundle draws near with a collection of the first three months of this year, and this time next week we will know how Sci Phi Journal went in the … [continue reading]

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