Letter from the Editor: Diminishing Returns

Letter from the Editor: Diminishing Returns

By Rob Carroll The law of diminishing returns states that profits or benefits gained from something will represent a proportionally smaller gain as more money or energy is invested in it.
Cover Art Feature: Stinger

Cover Art Feature: Stinger

By Dofresh “Twenty-five hundred tons of awesome…or awful. You know, whatever you wanna call it.” —Dr. Newton Geiszler Pacific Rim Screenplay by Travis Beachem & Guillermo del Toro
Book Review: The Strange

Book Review: The Strange

Debut Novel by Nathan BallingrudReview by Sadie Hartmann Book: The Strange by Nathan Ballingrud Release Date: March 21, 2023 Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera, Western, Alternative History, Horro...
Author Interview: Gabino Iglesias

Author Interview: Gabino Iglesias

Feature by Janelle Janson Known for his gripping novels and short stories in the crime and horror genres, Gabino Iglesias has carved a unique niche for himself in the literary world. In this insigh...
Reprint Story: We're All Friends Here

Reprint Story: We're All Friends Here

By Michelle Ann KingOriginally Published in he Sockdolager I lean against the back wall of the doctor’s office while the camera pans around me, getting good shots of the carefully placed symbols of...
Contango

Contango

By Eliane Boey It doesn’t feel like four years ago, but that’s when I first saw the word launch itself into a dance above my head—one of far-reaching wings and long legs. At the time, I was a junio...
Grit and Culling on Triton

Grit and Culling on Triton

By Robert E. Harpold That cherry tomato was going to taste sooo good. The skin popping as her teeth closed around it, the cold of the fruit combatting the warmth of her mouth, the tart juice lighti...
Amazing!

Amazing!

By Robin Rose Graves “Good morning, Reagan #6529!” Alexa’s familiar voice pipes into her pod. Her heart pounds with the injection of adrenaline she received, combating the sedative she had six hour...
The Last Joyride

The Last Joyride

By Bill Gusky "Why’d you call him that?” she said. “Was he good at, like, erasing things?” Eli and Dania strolled the overgrown golf course at St. Anselm Park, sharing stories of the slug-faces the...