Sun, Moon, Dust by URSULA VERNON
A farmer inherits a magical sword from his dying grandmother. But he doesn‘t want to become a warrior
HUGO 2018 short story finalist.
Very poetic, from an author with a love for potatoes, apparently. Satisfying ending.
Small Changes Over Long Periods of Time by K.M. SZPARA
“I am trying to piss against a wall when the vampire bites me.“
As first sentences go, this is a pretty good one!
Not bad. An alternative world, where vampires are a known part of society, combined with a trans character. Unusual, thought provoking, slightly sexy. I am curious to know, what those small changes could turn out to be. I have ideas, obviously.
Hugo Awards 2018 Novelette Nominee
What to expect from the Hadron Collider as a college roommate
BY BETSY AOKI | 201 WORDS, poetry
It will probably not be home for supper anytime soon.
Things will get broken and not put back together again.
Pretty amusing poem. I liked it!