Chilling horror fiction – perhaps the biblical references moves it into the fantasy genre and justify its inclusion in an SFF magazine?
Salutary tale about the a potential future where copyright is king, and where, rather than issuing takedown notices for videos on YouTube, copyright owners are able to take our very memories..
A long, dark night is spent on an alien planet, as three humans stumble onto a Yu Stigmergic Colony, a strange lifeform that, if it senses them, will react instantly and consume them.
Wornom receives The First All-Best SF Annual Homage du Fromage Golden Trowel, for laying it on so very, very thick.
An SF story that failed to engage, on two counts your honour : firstly, it’s mostly dialogue, secondly the protagonist keeps way too much close to his chest.
Excellent dark fantasy tale of love. It’s a well-wrought, poetic story, with a feeling of an old English folk song.
Much more than a story about a woman who finds an android head’….
A gently humorous story of an alien who finds a role for himself on Earth, in a lingerie shop.
van Pelt, a teacher himself, fondly relates the history of the Hareton school, from it’s early days as a small school on a hillside, through to a much larger building, extended and developed over many years.
When dad finds out that Melissa has befriended a child from very much the wrong side of the railway tracks, his instructions are clear..