Anticipation Killed the Cat

Nickolas Rudolph
in Entertainment

If you are like me, you have a stream of information coming at you from all your social media accounts, mostly about things you have liked and are interested in. Like sucking down a mint chocolate chi...

NASA's New Europa Mission Formally Named 'Europa Clipper'

Paul Scott Anderson
in Science

It's been a long time coming, but NASA's new mission to Jupiter's moon Europa now has a formal name: Europa Clipper. The spacecraft, to be launched in the early 2020s, will conduct multiple close flyb...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 8

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 7 at: Deep Sky Stories

Part 17 of Beyond the End of the World, Lokians 1

Aaron Dennis
in Fiction

Welcome to Beyond the End of the World. My name is Aaron Dennis, and I will be presenting this published novel to you one chapter at a time. The entire novel is free for download via Barnes and Noble ...

Outrun Stories #16

Outrun Stories
in Fiction

“Hit it!” Throttle up, hands gripped, Ray-Bans on, readouts flickering and flashing a million different pieces of data about the road in front and everything that’s chasing us from behind. “You’re fuc...

Classic Literature Takes A Tech Turn

Christina St-Jean
in Culture

Do readers need a high tech exposure to classical literature in order to properly enjoy it? While the answer to that question may not be known, it's something that Boston College students are curious ...

Rewatching... Star Trek: The Devil In The Dark

Nick Brown
in Entertainment

"I'm a doctor not a bricklayer" Thursday 9 March 1967 As far as boldly going and seeking out of new life and civilisations goes, mankind seems to have been doing a pretty good job of it already, judgi...

Forever Love (#1)

Storyteller IRT
in Fiction

~*~ With the flower, she stood, waiting for her lover. A gift he usually gave, a symbol of forever. ~*~ I stood by the docks, overseeing the dark sea. Organs played in the background, breaking through...

Excerpt From the 3rd Book, "To Break Bread with Strangers," The Prologue, "Banquet at Uruk"

Teresa McLaughlin
in Fiction

She felt a cascade of changing memories. Like double vision, as if one eye blurred while the other remained clear. Different images of the same event vibrated against each other. The dissonance made h...

Brutalist Stories #16

Brutalist Stories
in Fiction

It’s said a man must pay for his truths. Once he discovers something inside himself he’s bound by it, forever. Once that thing comes out of him and he has to stare at it and look at it, this part of h...

JJ Abrams' Star Trek Movies are Being Held to a Higher Science Fiction Standard

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

A lot of Trekkies don’t like JJ Abrams and his rendition of Star Trek. But I hope to show that detractors don’t hold the previous films to the same standard, and I’m going to favorably compare The Wra...