Month: January 2024

  • Read the existential horror story ""I'm Only Going to Do This Once" by H. A. Eugene"

    I’m Only Going to Do This Once

    January 31, 2024
    A woman who's planned to die over the only weekend find out her death-reservation has been canceled.
  • Read the fiery angst story "We Are Not Phoenixes" by John Wiswell

    We Are Not Phoenixes 

    January 31, 2024
    Pyromancers aren't phoenixes. Their magic will kill them one day.
  • Read the science romance "Microbiota and the Masses A Love Story" by S.B. Divya

    Microbiota and the Masses: A Love Story

    January 31, 2024
    Moena has isolated herself, safe from the contagions of the outside world. And then she meets Rahul.
  • Read the shapeshifting love story "All the Arms We Need" by

    All the Arms We Need

    January 29, 2024
    Surrounded but separate, a shapeshifter's lover needs... more.
  • Read the fantasy pastoral romance "Mrs. Sorensen and the Sasquatch" by Kelly Barnhill

    Mrs. Sorensen and the Sasquatch

    January 29, 2024
    After Mr. Sorensen passed away, his beautiful, vibrant widow fell in love with a sasquatch.
  • Read the darkly humorous scifi chat "FAQ List for Planetary Purification" by Vivian Chouon InkFoundry

    FAQ List for Planetary Purification

    January 29, 2024
    Congratulations! We are so glad you’ve found your forever home! Every world has potential, but we realize biome-cleansing can be…
  • Read the queer scifi romance "Old Media" by Annalee Newitz on Inkfoundry

    Old Media

    January 26, 2024
    John had been bought and sold from childhood, and Med is the android that freed him. They like to watch…
  • Read the cyberpunk rebellion story "The Magnetic Gospel" by Jason Vizcarra-Brown

    The Magnetic Gospel

    January 26, 2024
    The Discman extorts memories from his tenants, stealing their precious moments. Someone finally decides to stop him.
  • Read the dystopian cyberpunk story "Street Level" by J.D. Mitchell

    Street Level

    January 26, 2024
    Having a child might raise their social credit, or it might destroy their lives completely. Either way, it's not a…
  • Read the melancholy pastoral story "Blackberry Wine" by Carrie Johnson

    Blackberry Wine

    January 24, 2024
    Susan never got to share the last bottle of blackberry wine with her grandmother.