Category Archives: Science Fiction

Light Picks Out Detail

My hair is greying and my skin pulls up into powder light dunes. My arms are sprayed onto my torso, white brushed with sodium brick and chain link rejection, where I crawl face down on the carpet like a pork-chop … Continue reading

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400 years between stars

I am very pleased to say that my first novel is out in e-book and POD format with wingsepress.com/ You can read the first chapter here. Reaching the planet’s surface, Dyandra is horrified to discover that only half of the crew touched … Continue reading

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Linked to the Dummy Box

Polyester resin and copper shavings are an essential component of invitro reproduction and subsequent implantation within synthetic wombs. In this enhanced reality the distribution of orgone related materials generates a social group who reject immortalist technology. This sub-culture promotes emergent … Continue reading

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Paid Publication

I just got an email saying that Spawning Ground has been accepted for publication. And for money – I got paid enough for a jar of Hot Chocolate for when autumn comes. Spawning Ground is a 1000 word short story about a … Continue reading

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At the start of a shift

Four minutes before my shift starts. I insert the catheter – it stings and the pain lodges somewhere in my gut. The neural net is next – it clamps onto the spineport. It’s second generation and it feels like a … Continue reading

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