Short Stories 366:125 — From a Certain Point of View, edited by Elizabeth Schaefer

It's May the 4th, so, okay. Yeah. I'm going to do a cheesy thing and talk about Star Wars short stories. Now, normally on Short Stories 366 I talk about one story a day, but it's May the 4th, and it's not like Star Wars needs my help boosting attention to it. Also, this anthology … Continue reading Short Stories 366:125 — From a Certain Point of View, edited by Elizabeth Schaefer

Short Stories 366:56 — “The Baboon War,” by Nnedi Okorafor

LeVar Burton Reads is a freaking treasure. When I'm heading out on a long walk with Max, I cue up a story or two, and then off I go. I always enjoy the stories he picks, and quite often end up finding out about new-to-me authors or anthologies I'd somehow missed being released. When the … Continue reading Short Stories 366:56 — “The Baboon War,” by Nnedi Okorafor

Short Stories 366:54 — “It’s War,” by Nnedi Okorafor

Today's trip through time and place from Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History lands us solidly on a specific date, April 21, 1929, in Aba, Nigeria—the day the Aba's Women's Riots began (it was to protest an exploitative tax the British were trying to introduce after a census). Here, we meet Arro-yo, … Continue reading Short Stories 366:54 — “It’s War,” by Nnedi Okorafor

Sunday Shorts – Vacation Placeholder – What I’m Listening To

I'm on vacation for three whole weeks, so Sunday Shorts is also on vacation. That said, I thought I'd fan-boy blast you about an audiobook novella that blew me away, in case you—like me—also adore the short fiction when it's read aloud to you. What? It's like being a kid again and getting tucked into … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – Vacation Placeholder – What I’m Listening To