A question for C. Heidmann

Q: If your writing style were a bird, what type of bird would it be and why?

A: Nah, a bird doesn’t work for me—unless maybe it could be a space-going bird! A bird is too limiting. It can only go as far as the atmosphere, around one tiny world, whereas I’d like to think my writing should be able to take me anywhere, out to the farthest reaches of the universe and beyond… into the multiverse, or whatever is outside our universe—and beyond even that.


C. Heidmann’s story “Time’s Arrow” was
published on Friday, 6 July 2018.

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About Thom Connors

Thom Connors writes from his Macbook where the ‘ ‘ key is missing. This means that he refuses to use wors with the letter ‘ ‘, wherever possible. As such, talking of his love for ‘ark fantasy tends to result in laughter. Thom’s longer works tend towards the fantasy fiction, while his shorter pieces are often general fiction.


Thom Connors’ story “The Forest of New People” was
published on Friday, 13 July 2018.

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A question for R.W.W. Greene

Q: Do you have a garden? Have you ever grown your own food?

A: I grew up in rural Maine, and my family always had a garden and chickens. Summers I hayed, picked potatoes, and blueberry raked. Nowadays, I live in a smallish city, but we still do a garden every year, and there is nothing more satisfying than going outside and picking a salad. We also have a couple of apple trees that do well, a peach tree, a couple of quince trees, and blackberry bushes. My wife likes to can, so we get a lot out of the fruit. The asparagus does pretty well, too. About five years ago we got into beekeeping, not as much for the honey as to have the little guys around. They are good neighbors.


R.W.W. Greene’s story “The Stars Don’t Lie” was
published on Friday, 29 June 2018.

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