Short Story Review: Containment By Susan Kaye Quinn

From Dark Beyond the Stars: A Space Opera Anthology edited by David Gatewood.Spoiler warning: there are spoilers in here. There kind of always are when I do these things because as one of those weirdos who doesn't care about spoilers (99% of the time) I'm kind of spoiler-blind when I write. Also, this review appeared... Continue Reading →

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I Would (Maybe) Kill For A Gardenerbot

This is becoming something of a miniseries -- you can see the post about the maidbot here, and there's a link to the tinkerbot post at the end of that one. This post appeared on my Patreon page ten days ago -- become a patron and see them FIRST. Also you get a free ebook... Continue Reading →

I Would Kill For A Tinkerbot

(Previously: "I Would Kill For A Maidbot") There are a lot of little things that go wrong around a house or whatever it is that serves you as one – personally, at the moment I'm living in a trailer that's only one year younger than my middle-aged ass and more things than average go wrong... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: Under Ashes

“Anything worth a damn is made on a coast and ships from a coast. By air or sea.” That's what the president said. At least, it's what was reported on the shadow web that snakes through the makeshift network of “smart” stoves and washing machines and automobiles (if you can afford them!) and can openers... Continue Reading →

Thirteen Word Story — Television Tropism

(One day, perhaps the descendants of the mechanical beings we are nearly ready to create today will have myths of the creator who rose to power and created, only to be ejected from paradise, leaving Its creation behind in Its place...) Eventually, humans grew sessile, feeding on light of television screens. But robots lived.

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