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Sci-Fi Reads

If you’re a sci-fi fan, I’ve got one sci-fi collection that might appeal to you! New Moons Under Which to Sleep contains mainly previously published sci-fi short stories, flash fiction pieces, and a couple of poems, plus a couple of poems that were new to the collection.

I’ve had a bunch of other very short sci-fi pieces come out recently that might also interest you!

The Fall of Ocrone” in Martian Magazine (August 2021) is a drabble (only 100 words) in a sci-fi setting. It’s so short it’s hard to summarize, so you’ll just have to read it and see!

“Vantablack” is a flash-fiction story in 99 Tiny Terrors (October 2021), which involves exploration of an unknown planet as black as the story’s name.

“When Science and the Gods Fail” is a microfiction piece in New Maps (November 2021) with a robot protagonist trying to solve a problem.

My story “The Shell Game” in Haven Speculative (November 2021) is a heist involving interplanetary travel and a fashionista.

“First Rights,” a flash-fiction piece published in Utopia Science Fiction (December 2021), is a salvage operation and queer romance rekindling all in one.

Seeds of Knowledge” in Theme of Absence (December 2021) is a microfiction piece about deciphering alien language.

Finally, “Good to the Last Drop” is a microfiction piece in The Antihumanist (January 2022) about the lengths someone might go to have coffee in space.


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