October Short Stories
by Dave Crerand
You never know just what you're going to find...
by Barry Yedvobnick
"There's an app for
by R L Schumacher
The implications of creating a prototype can have
Was The Night
by Joe Jeffreys
Somewhere in the dark, cold reaches of space, something waits.
Red, The Black, and The Gold
by Jeremy Zentner
Life is hard on Ceres Station, even in the Gold Rush
by Martin Westlake
‘…nothing can be more fantastic than a natural phenomenon not
yet recognised and classified by the human mind.’ Jacques
Vallee, Anatomy of a Phenomenon, Neville Spearman Ltd., 1966
Frog Pond In Time
by Emad El-Din Aysha
A second honeymoon, exploring a different culture, in the
least difficult way. Still, surprises can occur...