Series: Science Fiction Short Stories

Digital Science Fiction Short Stories

Maestro: Digital Science Fiction Short Story

Maestro: Digital Science Fiction Short Story

He remembered yesterday’s tennis match with the same intensity he recalled his marriage, or the birth of his son, or his wife’s death, or the death of his son. And that was troubling, because it meant he himself had been tuned.What was worse, when he slipped away to the tennis court that night, ... More info →
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The Story of the Ship that Brought Us Here: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Science Fiction Short Stories)
Little Green Men in Black: Digital Science Fiction Short Story

Little Green Men in Black: Digital Science Fiction Short Story

“It was nice to see you,” she said, forcing a smile. Malcolm did not smile back. Seeing her was the opposite of nice. He’d been trying to get over the fact that she had left him, and not even for another guy. For no one. That had hurt, a lot. He thought about it during the drive home. ... More info →
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Kernel: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Science Fiction Short Stories)
Pallbearers: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)
The Cards of Unknown Players: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)
Solo: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Science Fiction Short Stories)
Feast and Famine: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)
Midnight in Absheron: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Science Fiction Short Stories)
When the Fleet Comes: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)
Illegal Alien: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (DigitalFictionPub.com Science Fiction Short Stories)
The Suicide Inspector: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)

The Suicide Inspector: Digital Science Fiction Short Story (Ctrl Alt Delight)

The Suicide Inspector “The State believes in the perfectibility of even its most wayward Citizens.” But as long as the State has an interest in our narrator’s perfection, he can be no hero. As a uniformed Inspector of Suicides, his fifty-first job assignment is a great honor—for it is his ... More info →
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