@Lightspeed: "The Nearest Thing" by Genevieve Valentine. Science Fiction.
"We know you love your family. We know you worry about leaving them behind. And we know you’ve asked for more information about us, which means you’re thinking about giving your family the greatest gift of all: You."@Baen: "The Brute Force Approach" by Michael Z. Williamson. Science Fiction.
"Stadter nodded, checked the grid and synched the blip to the ship's computer. Three seconds later the computer hit the grapple release. Auburn slipped off the station's waist, using the centrifugal force as delta V. He brought engines up smoothly, and pushed them from free fall to 2 G standard. The couch gripped him through the acceleration."@Author's Site: "The Case of The Vanishing Boy" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Detective story set at a science fiction convention.
Now Posted: Absent Willow Review Aug. 2011
- "Alleyeyes" by Kent Rosenberger. Science Fiction.
- "Love Notes for the Sun" by Jarod K. Anderson. Science Fiction.
- "The Boathouse" by Stephen McQuiggan. Horror.
- "Tin Man" by Dale Howard. Horror.
- "A Birthday To Remember" by Pete McArdle. Fantasy.
- "Heaven Box" by Erich William Bergmeier. Science Fiction.
- "Shut-In" by William C Rasmussen. Horror.
- "Dead Man’s Dump" by David W. Landrum. Horror.
- "Tourist Attraction" by Lawrence Buentello. Fantasy.
- "Three Poems" by Michael C. Keith. Horror.
- "The Infinity Processor" by Evan Rourke. Science Fiction.
- "Acolyte" by Kaolin Fire.
- "Destinies" by Peter M. Ball.
- "Fasces" by Ivan Ewert.
- "The Wind Like a Knife's Edge" by Alina Pete.
- "Temple of Ill-Repute" by Elizabeth Aronoff.
@More Red Ink:"Texture of Other Ways" by Mark W. Tiedemann (Part 1 of 3), first published in the September 1999 issue of Science Fiction Age [via SF Signal].
- "The Journals of Doctor Mormeck (mountain)–Entry #17" by Jeff VanderMeer.
- "The Journals of Doctor Mormeck’s Avatar–Entry #11" by Jeff VanderMeer.
- "The Journals of Doctor Mormeck (mountain)–Entry #18" by Jeff VanderMeer.
@Lightspeed: "The Nearest Thing" by Genevieve Valentine., read by Arte Johnson. Science Fiction.