Short Stories 366:18 — “How to Say I Love You with Wikipedia,” by Beth Goder

I am so far behind in my Fireside Fiction collection I'm not even sure I've downloaded them all. But if you're in the mood for a quick cuteness injection (alongside a small tonne of feels) I suggest you take a second to hop on over to their site and read Beth Goder's "How to Say … Continue reading Short Stories 366:18 — “How to Say I Love You with Wikipedia,” by Beth Goder

Short Stories 366:17 — “The Unfathomable Sisterhood of Ick” by Charlie Jane Anders

I walked the dog a little bit extra while I listened to this story (Max says thank you, Charlie Jane Anders) to give you an idea of how quickly I fell into this narrative and how much I wanted to see where it was going. Set in a future that's still quite recognizable, the main … Continue reading Short Stories 366:17 — “The Unfathomable Sisterhood of Ick” by Charlie Jane Anders

Short Stories 366:16 — “After the Deluge,” by Peter Golubock

If a post-apocalyptic pirate story set in the long-flooded New York sounds like something you'd enjoy, Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) has you covered with Peter Golubock's tale of the Pizza Rat, a pirate ship preying on those who ply the waters above what was New York City (which is still there, … Continue reading Short Stories 366:16 — “After the Deluge,” by Peter Golubock

Short Stories 366:14 — “Rivers Run Free,” by Charles Payseur

I'm not sure what the prose equivalent is of a standing ovation, but that's what I want to open this with. This was absolutely pitch-perfect. "Rivers Run Free" is the opening tale in The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2018 anthology, and holy flying crap what a way to start. Seriously. Just... I mean... … Continue reading Short Stories 366:14 — “Rivers Run Free,” by Charles Payseur