Short Stories 366:279 — “Exactly What You Need,” by Brandon Crilly

One of the best parts about being surrounded by so many wonderful authors through Can*Con every year is finding out how many of those wonderful authors are writers of short fiction (spoiler: I dare say most of them), which lets me track down their stuff and enjoy. In this particular case, all I knew about … Continue reading Short Stories 366:279 — “Exactly What You Need,” by Brandon Crilly

Short Stories 366:252 — “At Her Service,” by Suleikha Snyder

Okay, this first story from Prem Numbers has so very much to love, not the least of which is the notion of a woman POTUS and a woman VP—the VP is the character we're with for the duration of this story, a Black woman, Letitia Marie Hughes—but Snyder also leaps immediately into having said woman … Continue reading Short Stories 366:252 — “At Her Service,” by Suleikha Snyder