Short Fiction Round-Up #38
This week I have seven stories for you. I have to add that I love so many of the stories this week, and wish I could recommend all of these in my next newsletter. Just a heads up that there will be no short story round-up next week. I am having some computer issues, but hope to be back on-track the following week.
Daily Science Fiction published Infinitely in All Directions by Willow Gatewood in July.
The Mixed Medium by Erica Plouffe Lazure was published by Fireside Fiction in August. It is approximately 1000 words and a 5-minute read.
Short Fiction Round-Up #37
I've got seven stories for you this week. Two at the end are by the same author as I came across those about the same time, but since they're in different outlets, met my goal to post any particular outlet only once per week. I'm not always able to meet this goal.
Forest Thing by Endria Isa Richardson was published by Fireside Fiction in July. It's about a 15-minute read.
Daily Science Fiction published Parallel Lifetimes by C.J. Heckman in June.
Translunar Travelers Lounge published Chroma Charm by Diane Callahan in February of 2020.
Persistent Visions published Etruscan Sugar by Anya Johanna DeNiro in 2016.
Short Fiction Round-Up #36
Welcome to the thirty-sixth short fiction round-up of short ficiton on this blog! Disclaimer, I know every author, except Gwynne Garfinkle, through a writers discord (not all from the same group.)
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Cracked by Emma Louise Gill was published on her website in August.
50 word stories published How Our Local Wine Bar Ended Up on the Ghost Tour by Sarah Jackson. Disclaimer: I had the opportunity to give some input about this title and had a fun discussion about it!
Writer of spec fic.