I apologize for the delay in my weekly short fiction round-up. I've been having some issues with my primary computer, which I referenced about six weeks ago. Here it is now! Seven stories for your reading enjoyment.
Constelación published Apolo Licio, Apolo Veráva by Teresa P. Mira de Echeverría and translated by Art Sierra, 5285 words.
Apex Magazine published Security Breach at Sugar Pine Suites by Pamela Rentz, 4179 words.
Hopefully the repairs on my primary computer will be done quickly and I will be able to stay on top of social media and blog posts.
I've got seven stories for you this week. I had read a bunch of just a few magazines recently, so we're getting caught up on Daily Science Fiction and Mermaids Monthly this week.
The Empathy Lessons by Hal Y. Zhang was published by Fireside Fiction in September.
This week, my short fiction round-up starts with a classic. I have repeat markets this time around. Enjoy!
They're Made Out of Meat by Terry Bisson is a class short story published in several magazines, first in 1991, currently available on Bisson's website.
Resuming my weekly blog summaries of short stories for the week. My latop is still broken. I'm waiting to send it back for repair. I'm sure you'll notice when there's a blip in my postings. This week I have seven excellent stories for you.
Those Who Remembered by Lush Horizon was published by Speculative City in 2020.
With Love, Moon by Euginia E. Grotto was published by Smokelong Quarterly in 2003.
Writer of spec fic.