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Category Archives: Short Story Collection
A collection of creative-commons licensed stories by Peter Watts, compiled by Paweł Dembowski, with the author’s permission. I love Watts’ writing–dark, sharp, hard science fiction–and his short work is a great place to start. Pawel wrote: Here’s a collection of … Continue reading
I’d been meaning to check out this collection of stories by Fried, since it’s been very well-reviewed and recommended, and Fried comes across as smart and funny in social media and interviews. And now it’s free! Presumably for a limited … Continue reading
From the compiler: In early December (2010), I used a file from the Australian Project Gutenberg to create an EPUB of most of Lovecraft’s works. It wasn’t a comprehensive file and while it’s been popular (just having hit 1,000 downloads … Continue reading
From the publisher: An astonishing, long-awaited collection of stories that intersect imaginatively with Pride and Prejudice, Frankenstein, The Wizard of Oz, and Flannery O’Connor. Includes John Kessel’s modern classic “Lunar Quartet” sequence about life on the moon. “A sustained exploration … Continue reading