There’s a beautiful book called The Countess of Stanlein Restored, by Nicholas Delbanco—now sadly out of print—that recounts the history and the loving restoration of a Stradivarius cello. This week’s story by Yoon Ha Lee takes that in a very different direction, with an ancient…
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Hi everyone, welcome to February! We’d like to extend a warm welcome to all the new readers who joined us in January during our membership drive! We…
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Sarah Rees Brennan’s “Tears Waiting to Be Diamonds, Part One,” our first story of January 2023, brought us news from the Other Lands and absolutely blew…
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Benjamin Kinney’s “The Work Clock” strikes this morning, challenging how we perceive both time and work. ~ Julian and Fran, January 22, 2023 The…
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We hope you enjoy this week’s new story — Natalie C. Parker’s “Our Lady of Tomorrow” — which asks: “What will you do, when the future comes to town?” …
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For our first story of the year, Sarah Rees Brennan brings us news from the Other Lands — ten years after the events of In Other Lands! We hope you will…
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In a few day’s time, The Sunday Morning Transport will celebrate its first birthday. Looking back, it’s wild how far a pandemic wish for a speculative…
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It seems fitting that we round Sunday Morning Transport’s first year today with C.C. Finlay’s beautiful science fiction story about family and the…
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