Tag Archives: science fiction

Life Must Annihilate Itself

A mysterious meteor has landed in a national park, and a bizarre translucent barrier has expanded outward, slowly, from the point of impact. It’s called The Shimmer, and all efforts to discover what’s causing it, or what’s going on inside, have … Continue reading

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You Get What You Deserve

The Brazilian TV series 3% arrived on Netflix with little fanfare in my English-speaking bubble, but I took my electronic overlord’s suggestion and was not disappointed. The show is very much in the vein of The Hunger Games or Divergent: plucky, sexy young … Continue reading

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Long Shot

A few months ago I responded to an ad I found online looking for people to write science fiction short stories. This sounded right up my alley, so when they asked me to submit a sample, I jumped at the … Continue reading

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