science fiction

Four Kittens

I wrote this story more than 15 years ago, and it was the first thing I ever wrote that caught the attention of editor John […]

The Dissonant Note

How do you kill a virtual mind and take their place? What could possibly go wrong? Cee in the Sixth Octave, daughter of Eff in

Men of Unborrowed Vision

A story of near-future lefitist politics, protest movements, drones, and right-wing genetic engineering designed to end it all.   When protest organizer Mara’s ex-boyfriend brutally

Wet Fur

This story came to me wholly formed in a dream one day.  I wrote it in a white hot tear, desperate to capture all the

The Godfall’s Chemsong

This is one of my attempts at writing truly alien aliens.  At least in the sense that they are hominids with bumpy foreheads, anyway.  Ultimately,

The Culture Archivist

I was thinking to myself: What’s the difference between the Federation and the Borg, really? Both assimilate other cultures into themselves. One just does it

Arties Aren’t Stupid

What if our social cliques weren’t just social constructs, but biological ones?  Combine that with some ideas about living graffiti and you’ve got the world

This, My Body

A graphic tale of sex, food, and religion.  Antonio is a genetically engineered priest/sex slave whose skin produces chemicals called super-flavinoids, which improve the taste

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