A Writers of the Future semi-finalist
A multi-millionaire heiress commits suicide after a biotech company implants an experimental treatment device in her brain. Her grieving, lawyer husband sues the company for millions more.
In comes a private investigator, ex-cop Albert Jimenez. Hired by the biotech company to dig up dirt on the "grieving" husband. Albert expected the usual: greed, a mistress, emotional manipulation, a marriage on the rocks.
Instead he found something far more sinister.More info →
A thousand years from now, while Earth sleeps in virtual reality, three polities—the Confederated Worlds, the Unity, and the Progressive Republic—strive to connect the scattered, terraformed worlds of humankind by artificial wormholes. When they meet, they clash, in a decades-long struggle of ar...More info →
In these pages, you can...
...race against time to solve mysteries hidden in a planet's vast desert—and in a woman's heart
...learn the true story of a president's assassination
...journey 14,000 miles to a high-tech fountain of youth
...win or go "home"—to an Earth you've never seen
and explore six other worlds created by a distinctive voice in twenty-first century science fiction.More info →
Earth barely survived the 21st Century.
Thousands fled the chaos on rogue warpdrive ships to settle colony planets. When Earth reunified in the 22nd, its fleets rediscovered the colonies and hunted down the warpdrive ships.
Every warpdrive ship but one.More info →
After the destruction of Washington, D.C. by nuclear terrorists on June 19, 2019, the country turned to the America United movement and elevated the movement's leader, Gov. Everton, to the Presidency. A veneer of normalcy returned to the country, undercut by rumors of secret prison camps and mass ar...More info →
Azureseas. A world of sandy beaches under a yellow-orange sun. Human developers could turn it into the next great tourist world of the Consortia… except for its large, dangerous native animals.
Ross Cantrell joined the animal control mission on Azureseas to earn the money he needed to start married life together with his girlfriend.
Then Ross discovers the truth about the planet’s “animals.”More info →
With advanced biomedicine banned in the United States, rich and powerful Americans traveled to India to extend their lifespans and augment their bodies and minds.So too did Americans who wanted wealth and power. Middle-class, middle-aged Americans like Liam Kleinschmidt and his wife.More info →
In these five stories, Raymund Eich posits new amendments to the United States Constitution.
Amendments written to better bestow the blessings of liberty on the American people and their posterity.
Amendments that those same American people, ranging from common men and women to Presidents, try to evade for personal gain.More info →
Entering the last game of the season, Cooper could be the first player since Ted Williams a century ago to bat .400 -- thanks to secret biotechnology giving him superior vision. Riches awaited in free agency. But would Cooper rather sign a contract for half a billion dollars? Or win a World Series?More info →