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I know what Dave wants even before he says it, before I’ve even taken off my stupid work cap or thrown my keys on top of the pile of crap ..read more
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This episode features "Dave's Head" written by Suzanne Palmer. Published in the September 2019 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by ..read more
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She had known that she would end up like this, but she gave in. Lights. Music. She closed her eyes. In a sea of beautiful visages, she ..read more
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1 In the giant arachnid’s shadow, her silken face mask—Uranian-blue, luminescent, and vaguely human in countenance—was always a ..read more
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Florid Park Szanna, do you remember this game from the twentieth century? Skip along the informational alleys of realspace, leap the ..read more
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The Eagle Knight came like a star in midday. I looked up, and I saw the profile of his helmet’s beak so sharp against the light, the ..read more
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By the end of the twenty-first century we might lose the majority of all species. Worse, this widely read academic paper claims that we ..read more
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Science meets space opera meets heist in Derek Künsken’s The Quantum Evolution series. It all starts when con man Belisarius Arjona—a ..read more
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Not all is bad and terrible and grim in the future. Sometimes disaster means change, and change means growth, and growth means a future ..read more
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When Dublin first announced its bid to host a Worldcon, something weird happened: my family’s ears perked up. My parents were born and ..read more

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