Category Archives: science fiction

One-Sitting Reads

The mail brought our latest authors’ copies of an anthology with one of our stories.  This is Science Fiction for the Throne: One-Sitting Reads edited by Tom Easton and Judith K. Dial.  A collection of very short stories, mostly if … Continue reading

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SFF Newgroup Posts

Accessing Newsgroup Archives by FTP For a very limited time (now through through mid-morning April 2nd, 2017), you may access the newsgroup archives using FTP. Here are the settings you’ll need: Host: archives.sff.net Protocol: FTP Port: 21 Encryption: Explicit FTP … Continue reading

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First on the Moon!

    First on the Moon! by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald Beatrice lay back on her bed and looked at the starscape painted on her bedroom ceiling. Two days into the latest educational hiatus and already she and Regina … Continue reading

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Supporting the Arts

Y’all want to do something nice for a writer? Buy a book.  Read the book.  Post a review.  (Good review, bad review, makes no difference.  Honest review.  Whatever you liked or didn’t like– be specific.  Use examples.) Other things to … Continue reading

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“The Professor is Expecting You….”

Free, today and tomorrow, “The Clockwork Trollop.”  Our Steampunk Fantasy Horror Science Fiction Porn story that originally appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies.   Get it on your e-reader today! “The professor is expecting you, sir,” she said. “Archy, my friend!” came … Continue reading

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SFF Net Going Dark

Read about it here:  https://webnews.sff.net/read?cmd=read&group=sff.admin.announce&artnum=935 The full text (since this blog will outlive that link): Article:  935  Subject:  End of an Era  From:  Jeffry Dwight  Date:  Wed 18 Jan 2017 12:36:07p  Dear SFF Netters, We are sad to announce that, … Continue reading

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The Coldest Equations Yet

The Coldest Equations Yet by James D. Macdonald Stardate 31-20.6. Half-way through the first dog watch on the cruiser Stardust, bound for Mimir, the light on the communications panel that showed an open sub-space carrier wave blossomed. Communications Tech First … Continue reading

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It’s January, Which Means Arisia Is on the Horizon

Originally posted on Dr. Doyle's Blog:
Doyle’s Arisia Sked What Lies Beneath: Adding Subtext to Your Story Alcott Fri 8:30 PM ??? In real life and in storytelling, what -isn’t- being said is often more gripping than the actual…

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