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Serial and Short Fiction

Daily Science Fiction

“We publish “science fiction” in the broad sense of the word: This includes sci-fi, fantasy, slipstream—whatever you’d likely find in the science fiction section of your local bookstore. Our stories are mostly short short fiction each Monday through Thursday, hopefully the right length to read on a coffee break, over lunch, or as a bedtime tale. Friday’s weekend stories are longer.”

Kat and Mouse: Guns for Hire

“It’s 2042 in the California Free State metroplex of Bay City. Kat and Mouse are a pair of ronin — guns for hire — trying to eke out a living. They have the skill. They have the will. And they have the bad habit of getting in over their heads. . . .”

Ray Gun Revival

Ray Gun Revival (RGR) is an online magazine dedicated to fun stories, grand escapism, and good old sensawunda. . . . Ray Gun Revival is about dusting off the pulp adventure stories of old and giving them a fresh spin. We are bringing out the deepest elements of what has traditionally been rather superficial fiction and updating them for a new generation of fiction enthusiasts.”

Temporal Tales

“Temporal Tales are short fictional stories broadcast in real-time on twitter. Such stories are not simply prose that has been chopped into 140 character slivers like literary salami, but narratives that have been written to take full advantage of the immediacy of the medium through which they are being sent.”

Online Magazines

Clarkesworld Magazine

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006. Each issue contains at least two pieces of original fiction from new and established authors. Our fiction is also collected by issue in signed chapbooks, ebook editions and in our annual print anthology, Realms.”

Fantasy Magazine

Fantasy Magazine is an online magazine focusing exclusively on fantasy fiction. Here you can expect to see all types of fantasy — high fantasy, contemporary urban tales, surrealism, magical realism, science fantasy, folktales . . . and anything and everything in between. Fantasy is entertainment for the intelligent genre reader — we publish stories of the fantastic that make us think, and tell us what it is to be human.”


“A crack unit of code monkeys, geeks, and one lawyer was sent to satellite prison by the Robot Overlords of Alpha Centauri for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped by hotwiring an Eagle Transporter for Moonbase Alpha. Their current whereabouts are unknown. Their mission, to bring the hottest science fiction and fantasy they can find to the earbuds and e-readers of their audience. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. . . .”

MindFlights Science Fiction & Fantasy

MindFlights is a magazine of fantasy and science fiction. It is the result of the merger of two award-winning magazines — Dragons, Knights, & Angels and The Sword Review .”

Residential Aliens

“Speculative Fiction from the Seven Stars”

Podcast Fiction

The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper

The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper grew from my long time fascination with space opera. From Lois McMaster Bujold to Iain Banks, from David Weber’s Honor-verse, to Piers Anthony’s “Bio of a Space Tyrant” series to Heinlein and Bradbury, and all the rest. I (mis)spent much of my youth lost in the galaxies both far, far away and closer to home. . . . “

The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences

“The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, with its head office located at the heart of the Empire, London, is here to solve these mysterious happenings that leave normal law enforcement officials baffled. . . . “



DRIVE tells the story of a second Spanish empire, a galactic empire, and its looming war with a race called ‘The Continuum of Makers.’ Humanity has built their empire using technology stolen from the Makers — and these creatures want it back with an almost religious fervor.”


“Nogg and his crew shanghai six humans from the six continents, to bring before the G.O.B. council, to claim Earth’s galactic seat. Once seated, they could put forth a motion to liberate the Eebs and define them as sentient. . . . “