Sunday Shorts—Wilson’s Singularity, by Terence Taylor

This tale, from People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction, was so damn clever I cannot tell you. The notion behind it is deceptively simple: we're following the titular Wilson as he navigates the anniversary of the creation of the Unity—an AI he designed/directed/taught that reached out, world-wide, and enforced a kind of "your freedoms end … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—Wilson’s Singularity, by Terence Taylor

#ShortStoryMonth Day Thirty-One — The Bending the Landscape Anthologies

Saving the Best for Last Despite headaches and grey skies (and the way the latter causes the former), I made it through the whole month of chatting about short fiction relatively unscathed. Today, I'm gonna round it up with a trio of anthology recommendations on a theme that I really loved. Bending the Landscape. There … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Thirty-One — The Bending the Landscape Anthologies