Sunday Shorts—Increasing Police Visibility, by Bogi Takács

Oh, Queers Destroy Science Fiction. So many of the stories are frustratingly dark or depressing, and while I can't say "Increasing Police Visibility" is uplifting, it was one of the most clever science fiction stories I've ever read, and I mean that as the highest compliment. It uses actual math, explained through a character who … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—Increasing Police Visibility, by Bogi Takács

Sunday Shorts—Letter From An Artist To A Thousand Future Versions Of Her Wife by J.Y. Yang

Oh wow. This was such a lovely, heartfelt story. The conceit behind the narrative is a simple one: a science vessel heading out into to the edges of space includes an artist's wife. She will never return to Earth (at least, not within the artist's lifetime) because of the technology used (the scientist's consciousness was … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—Letter From An Artist To A Thousand Future Versions Of Her Wife by J.Y. Yang

#ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Eight — The “Destroy” issues…

Destroy, Destroy! I have a habit of backing kickstarters and fundraisers for anthologies and then being excited when the anthologies show up and then reading the first story and then... Okay, so I have dozens of anthologies from which I've only read the first story or two, okay? I specifically set myself a task of … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Eight — The “Destroy” issues…