November Short Stories
Who Broke Time
by Susan Anwin
It’s so irritating when the antique store has a “you break, you get
tossed outside of time” policy.
Stampede of the Razor Deer
by Walter Esselmann
Three friends must hunt, Pacifist-style. What does that even mean?
by David Kavanaugh
A Grandpa and his Granddaughter chat about Earth’s fate over the
Voyager space probe.
by Linda Phillips
Magic is easy. But fixing the cable?
by Dimitrije Medenica
Where is the divide between a craftsman and his work?
Inebrium Tales from Our First Twenty Years
By Greg Barozzi
"When the two Captains of the Silver Moon return to the Mare
Inebrium, Max isn't very glad to see them. But they buy their way into
Max's good graces with a large credit chip, and a sad story. After all,
in the Mare Inebrium, a story to tell is as valuable as hard
By Dan L. Hollifield, Bill Wolfe, Lester Curtis, J. Davidson Hero, and
"Any cop can tell you that if you interview a dozen witnesses
to a single crime, you'll wind up with a dozen different versions of
Space War To End All Space Wars
By Sergio Palumbo
"Wars can be fought on many fronts, using many different
weapons. Sometimes, even the most paranoid of warriors forgets that
wars don't always have only two sides."