• At Project Gutenberg: Adventures in the Moon, and Other Worlds by John Russell Russell. 1836. Proto-Science fiction.
"I had often wished that we could procure admission into the moon, in order to regain what had once belonged to us, and had amused myself with imagining the eager search that would take place; but without having the least suspicion that this could ever be really effected, since the want of air, and other conveniences, is sufficient to discourage most travelers; besides which, the having no ground to tread upon must increase the difficulty of the journey. It cannot, therefore, be wondered, that in former times only one journey to the moon was known to have been accomplished, which is that related by Ariosto. But nothing seems too difficult for modern science; and it is well known that, by a most ingenious invention, we have lately been enabled to walk up into our satellite with safety. As I, amongst others, have accomplished this journey, I shall give a short narrative of my adventures, for the amusement of those who have been deterred by the distance from traveling in person."
- At Every Day Fiction: "Portrait of a Young Man, With Vampire" by Carl Steiger. Horror.
- At SFFaudio: "Silly Asses" by Isaac Asimov. Humor. Science Fiction. Audio.
- At SFFaudio: "Sentry" by Fredric Brown. Science Fiction. Audio.
- At 365 Tomorrows: "Jobsworth" by Rob Sharp. Science Fiction.
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- Legacy of Shadow: Master of the House by Michael J. Albert. Fantasy.
- Rocky (Tales of the Were) by Bianca D'Arc. Paranormal Romance.
- Memory's Child by Lynnette Spratley. Science Fiction.
- Monsters of the Apocalypse by Jordan Rawlins. Post-Apocalyptic.
- Twisted Games (The Fate Trilogy) by Sarah J. Pepper. Paranormal.
- Pinehurst: A Magical Olympian Adventure. YA Romantic Fantasy.
- The Dreamer - Book 1 of the War of the Wizards by Patrick Henry. Fantasy.
- Bluebell Cottage (The Legendary Sidhe Saga) by Heather M. J. L. Watson. Fantasy.
- The Sarrhian Seed (The Xualia Series) by Roger Elwell. Science Fiction. Space Opera.
- The Blood Gem (Luna Wynter Series) by M.E. Harmon. Paranormal.
- The Dragons of Tarnack by Heath L. Buckmaster. YA Fantasy
- The Rescuers by Wesley Barber. Science Fiction. Space Opera.
- Thieves and Outcasts (Outcast Elf--Prolouge) by Dianna Moore. YA Fantasy.
- Ms. Omega Returns Volume 1 by Scott Lochmoeller. Superhero.
- The End of the Pier Affair by Sarah E Smith. Alternative History
- The Xenton Chronicles: The Invasion of the Coalts by W.M. Calloway. YA.
- Megan Enraged (Wizard - A Love Story) by Murphy Childs. Fantasy. Romance.
- The Last Messenger by Fred Ludwig. Science Fiction.
- Hold Me Never by Natalie Kristen. Dystopian.
- Astral Essence (The Astral Series) by Nabille De La Luz. Paranormal.
- Cosmic Deities (The Storyteller) by Valentin Matcas. Military Science Fiction.
- Project Scarecrow The Serena Wilcox Time Travel Trilogy Book 1 by Natalie Buske Thomas.
- Storyland by Dawn Napier. Dark Fantasy.
- Silver Star: Drasno (The Altarian Chronicles) by Pauline Butler. Space Fantasy.
- Masada The Ambition by Kristen Powell. Fantasy.
- Swords and Souls 'Fair Folk' Chronicles by S Mangion-Cavarra. Fantasy. Arthurian.
- Silver Star: The Lady Ispa by Pauline Butler. Fantasy.
- The Elder Origins by Bre Faucheux. Dark Fantasy.
- Kivashta Olenamir (Wizards and Mages) by Charles Diggs. Fantasy.
- Raven's Return (Seasons of the Fae) by R.J. Ross. Fairies
- In This Red Country (Red Country Trilogy) by J.P. Lantern. Science Fiction. Mars.
- Silver Star: The Begining (The Altarian Chronicles) by Pauline Butler. Space Fantasy.
- The Standing Stones by Fred Ludwig. Fantasy.
• At Internet Archive [LibriVox]: Thuvia, Maid of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Science Fiction.
"John Carter's son, Carthoris, falls in love with his father's true friend, Thuvia of Ptarth, but she has been promised to another and is kidnapped by a third! Carthoris, suspected of the crime, spends the entire novel in efforts to rescue her and restore her to her fiancé. The adventures introduce to us a philosophical system or fringe science that challenges our conception of the nature of reality itself."
• At Radio Drama Revival: "Episode #345" Science Fiction.
"two episodes from the 2008 serial 'The Moon Wraith', as well as an episode of the more recent (futuristic, you might say!) 'Frank Gadsen, Personal Injury Lawyer of the Future.'"
• Fiction at Online Pulps! "Bad Medicine" by Russell Hays. 1935. "Murder on Wheels" by Leo Hoban. 1941. "Sleuth of the Air Waves" by Emile C. Tepperman. Pulp Fiction. Noir.
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