A question for David Whitaker

Q: Do you prefer your SFF as books or movies?

A: I love SFF movies, but I can never find enough of them and with a few noteworthy exceptions the production quality can often be disappointing (and the science ridiculous). By contrast, the realm of SFF books is far greater and much more satisfying!


David Whitaker’s story “Strangers in the Night” will be
published on Friday, 15 June 2018.

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About A.C. Worth

A.C. Worth lives on the outskirts of New York City. When not searching under the sofa cushions for the perfect word, A.C. enjoys pressure-cooked cuisine and making landscapes within VR worlds.


A.C. Worth’s story “The Tapestry” will be
published on Friday, 22 June 2018.

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The Foaling Season – Samuel Chapman

Reynard aux Chatillon delivers a gryphon foal the morning Lucia Camoreux comes to visit. It comes out squealing, eyes shut and wings folded, sticky with placenta. Within an hour its wings open, beating softly, as it stands to take food from its mother’s beak. Reynard sees Lucia as he returns from leading the foal and mare into a paddock isolated from the pasture. The mare cannot be kept from flying, of course, but she will…

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It came from Mariah Montoya

Mariah Montoya’s story “The Wife of Fabian Vitalik” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 24 November 2017. I first started writing “The Wife of Fabian Vitalik” after hearing a few real-life stories about husbands or wives who left their spouse after several years of marriage (these were situations where the split seemed entirely one-sided). I wanted to explore the concept of separation – what makes someone leave? What makes someone stay? Of course, Fabian’s wife…

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A question for L’Erin Ogle

Q: Are you optimistic about the future of humanity?

A: Yes, definitely. I remember watching a tragic event on the news years ago and seeing people run to help others despite the risk to their safety. Good will always triumph over evil.


L’Erin Ogle’s story “Nobody’s Daughter and the Tree of Life” was
published on Friday, 8 June 2018.

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About David Whitaker

David Whitaker is originally from the UK though has traveled around and now resides in New Zealand. He has a degree in Journalism, however decided that as he has always preferred making things up it should ultimately become a resource rather than a profession. His stories, covering everything from sci-fi to philosophy, can be found at wordsbydavid.com


David Whitaker’s story “Strangers in the Night” will be
published on Friday, 15 June 2018.

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