Morality Tale by John Holbo

June 26, 2017 0

MORALITY TALE John Holbo Please enjoy the runner up for the Science Fiction and Philosophy Compeition! 1. The 22nd Century was the Age of Time Travel. The 23rd, the Age of FTL Drive. Mankind conquered … [continue reading]

Pioneers by R.J. Sullivan

June 23, 2017 0

PIONEERS R.J. Sullivan The Earth Explorer Ship Magellan pondered its precious cargo, the 795 robotic planetary probes nestled in the upper two-thirds of its depths, and its other passengers, the two biological life forms comatose … [continue reading]

The Glitch by Kathleen Wolak

June 19, 2017 0

THE GLITCH Kathleen Wolak Gliding, gliding, gliding into a mystery. At least I think we’re gliding. This thing is moving so slowly and steadily we could very well be still—-just hanging motionless in space, like … [continue reading]

Pilot of Varying Lights by S. Dorman

June 16, 2017 0

PILOT OF VARYING LIGHTS S. Dorman Coffee in hand, Sam Knightlinger walked from station to station, listening to conversations between controllers and astronauts from sources as distant as Mars, the moon and Earth Island—the planet’s … [continue reading]

237 by Kevin Holton

June 2, 2017 0

237 Kevin Holton By the time I found her, she’d already removed one of her legs. Katherine gave me a weak smile, her eyes watering from pain despite how happy her self-amputations were making her, … [continue reading]

1 2 3 6