Guide Daily Science Fiction Stories of April 2011

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About Jay Caselberg. Jay Caselberg. Jay Caselberg is an Australian author based in Europe.

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He has lived and worked in multiple countries around the world, at last count, around He thinks of himself primarily as a short fiction writer and poet who also sometimes writes novels. His works span science fiction, fantasy, horror, literary and combinations of all of them. Pen Names: James A. Other books in the series. Daily Science Fiction Stories 1 - 10 of 16 books. Books by Jay Caselberg.

Daily Science Fiction Roster of Stories for April 2011

Primordial - Audiobook. Manifest Recall - Paperback. Devouring Dark - Ebook. Overlord - Ebook. Overlord - Paperback. Manifest Recall - Ebook. Hidden City - Paperback.


Hidden City - Ebook. Primordial - Ebook.

Primordial - Paperback. Abduction - Ebook. Obsidian - Paperback. Bound - Paperback.

Daily Science Fiction Stories of June 2011

Obsidian - Ebook. Bound - Ebook. Anubis Key - Ebook. Anubis Key - Paperback. Balance Omnibus - Paperback. Realmshift - Paperback. The Book Club - Hardback. Ghost Of The Black - Paperback. Dark Rite - Paperback. Blood Codex - Paperback. Subscribe to updates no more than one per month and get a free ebook. Abduction - Paperback. The Book Club - Ebook. Write The Fight Right - Ebook. Realmshift - Ebook. Available through Amazon here. Links for purchasing the issue here. Brilliant writing, an original idea, and fantastic prose — Maria Haskins.

Weird fiction. Also available for Kindle or in paperback here. Part two , December Short and sweet, there is a depth to it that makes it…a compelling experience. Nerds of a Feather. A rather disturbing story told well. Also available as a podcast from Podcastle here.

Mari Ness makes this short story as elegant as possible, wrapping up her fable with an ending both earned and thoughtful.

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Gillian Daniels , Fantastic Stories of the Imagination. Chosen by io9.

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Available for purchase at multiple U. The ones I do like tend to be etched in beautiful language or have some element of revenge to them I love a good revenge story. This is not revenge story. Tempest Bradford, io9.

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Short but engrossing. Ness relates the history of a familiar fairy tale artifact in an original way. The tension is almost entirely in the imagination of the reader. The text has told us nothing about what makes this world so dangerous, and yet we are absolutely certain that it must be because we can feel it lurking just beyond what has been said. The world building is in what has not been, or cannot be, explained.