After a tragic, fifty light-year voyage, Zeemat crash lands on a beautiful, sometimes hostile alien world... the planet Earth! Will he return to his own planet or make Earth his new home? Mission 51 is an immigrant story that is out of this world!
We flinch and tremble when it is suggested that Asimov, Heinlein and Clarke are not among the all-time great titans of literature. We want to bring to light the hidden gems of the science fiction genre - the types of stories that would m...
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Katherine Forrister's Curio Citizen is a fascinating story of immigration by abduction. It is a deliciously creepy, multi-cultural Sci-Fi. I highly recommend!
When a headstrong anthropologist is kidnapped to be put on display for an alien society, she must fight to prove she’s not a feral animal with the help of one native who sees her humanity--but what she sees in him may endanger them both.
I feel honored to be participating in the Nerdist Sci-Fi contest with works as remarkable as this! Takim Williams writes with a gorgeous descriptive clarity, and the story is simply fascinating. Wow!
In near-future St. Louis, a brain is connected to the internet of things, watching human drama unfold. Will Dr. Jackal’s experiment go mad before he succeeds? Will a grieving mother uncover the truth about her son’s vanished body? Should she want to?
We take aviation for granted. Space technologies are now almost routine as well. Crow's Gambit poses an interesting question. What if we no longer owned the skies? I'll follow this project with interest!
Confined by the alien Sylph to the surface of Earth mankind has lost the power of flight. Can one woman use her knowledge and skill to overcome human politics and alien indifference to regain the skies?