Monday, October 1, 2012
More Free Ficton Already?
Abyss & Apex Issue 44 featuring
“Viewed” by N. E. Chenier
“Dancing Day” by Lindsey Duncan
“Hoarding” By John Glass
“Rose Petals, Lavender and Glitter” by Sheila Crosby
“Lace Downstairs” by Arkady Martine
“They Shall Falter Against the Stone I Become” by Berrien Henderson
Clarkesworld Issue 73 featuring
"A Bead of Jasper, Four Small Stones" by Genevieve Valentine
"England Under the White Witch" by Theodora Goss
"The Battle of Candle Arc" by Yoon Ha Lee
At Anotherealm: "Phobia --A not so irrational fear" by J K Brennan.
At Cosmos: "Another Country" by Margo Lanagan.
At GigaNotoSaurus: "Like Jazzmen Improvising in a Smoky Club" by Ben Burgis.
At Kasma SF: "Drilling" by. Ken Liu.
At Ray Gun Revival: "Drive Like Lightning . . . Crash Like Thunder" part three by B. Morris Allen.
At Strange Horizons: "In the Library of Souls" (part 1 of 2) by Jennifer Mason-Black
At Tor.com: "The Commonplace Book" by Jacob Clifton.
At Abyss & Apex: “Every Body Is More Than Human” by Andrew S. Taylor
At Flashes in the Dark: "When You Marry the Daughter" by Brian J. Smith.
At Flashes in the Dark: "Drawbacks" by Jenean McBrearty.
At Quantum Muse: "Michael" by Richard Tornello.
At 365 tomorrows: "Parallel Quantum Universe" by Patricia Stewart.
At 365 tomorrows: "Chips" by Kevin Crisp.
At Weirdyear: "We Might Be Kings" by Christopher James.
At Yesteryear Fiction: "Do You Believe?" by Bob Skoggins.
At Drabblecast : "Brown Dust" by Ellen Frasier.
“Adao, no.” Teo, the older boy’s second-in-command, lays a staying hand on his master’s arm. “The stories I told you about this one… they’re true.”
“True?” Adao casts a skeptic’s eye over Santos. Can those flimsy ribs cage anything as fugitive as truth?
At LibriVox: "The Sandman's Hour" by Abbie Phillips Walker. Children's Fantasy/Fairy Tales.
Old Time Radio
At Plot Spot: "'Skeleton Bay" - Inner Sanctum (1946) and "My Object All Sublime" - Mindwebs (1979) up until about Oct. 16, 2012.
At The Comic Book Catacombs: "The Flame Goddess" Adventure.
At The Horrors of It All: "Has Anyone Seen My Killer? / 5 Miles to Midnight" Horror
Posted by Dave Tackett at 3:43 PM