February Short Stories
By Stephen Faulkner
Janie learns a lesson she never would
By Roderick D. Turner
Angela raced like she was born to win.
By Noel Carroll
Your world is about to be destroyed.
Save yourself, if you dare.
By Shawn D. Brink
Nobody likes a bully...
Tale of the Sea Upon the Thief's Path
By S.J. Budd
Those bells kept ringing, but what
did they mean?
Lost City of the Neanderthals
By Julio Toro San Martin
Gilgamesh and Enkidu set out to right
an ancient wrong.
What a Web
By Anthony R. Pezzula
Todd & Gina moved into a quiet
neighborhood, but was it too quiet?
Wait, there's more!
to David Cleden. His story below took a Top Ten Award for Best Science
Fiction Short Story at the Predator & Editor's 2015 Reader's Poll,
which marked the second straight year an Aphelion-published short story
achieved this honor.
By David Cleden
The strange juggler seemed to know
much about the mists of Far Lake. She also seemed his only hope.