“The Passengers” by David Charpentier

Issue 14 / Summer 2018   hey always stood on the train. The express was crowded during the morning rush. But even when the cars were half full, these passengers continued to stand, pressed into the dark corners of the...

SFWP Celebrates 20 Years: Part 3

Part 3: Pursuit By Andrew Gifford   Londinium is burning…   I have a soft spot for historical fiction set in the Roman era. When I read for pleasure, I’m as eclectic as SFWP’s catalog. Sometimes, I’m reading pulpy b-grade...

“Hyperosmia” by Theo Greenblatt

Issue 14 / Summer 2018   he fish-laced ocean air is replaced by stale recycled musk as I mount the Greyhound steps and scan for an empty seat. Out the back window I catch a glint of sun on sea …

“Late-Night Phone Calls” by Noriko Nakada

Issue 14 / Summer 2018   y eyes were still adjusting to life in LA, to the void of stars in a navy sky, to the helicopter and airplane lights hovering above, to the brown haze always on the horizon, …