Today, Cassandra Khaw’s beautiful, poignant story brings new insight to the phrase ‘hungry ghosts’. ~ Fran Wilde, August 14, 2022 We Can Make Death Work By Cassandra Khaw The dead are picky eaters. Not picky in the way of some children, who prefer beige to any other flavor, or…
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As subscribing members of The Sunday Morning Transport, you are cordially invited to the second of our live-streams with Sunday Morning Transport…
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Welcome to the first, free-to-read Sunday Morning Transport story for August: science fiction from Michael Swanwick. Concise and epic, “The Warm…
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Hello and welcome to August — with a special welcome to the newest member of The Sunday Morning Transport, Emilia Flicker Yap! Congratulations Julian…
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The final free story in our month’s-long adventure of free reading is John Wiswell’s “Demonic Invasion or Placebo Effect?” which shares a unique…
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Taking the bird’s-eye-view to its highest possible aspiration, E. Lily Yu’s “Serenissima” is soaring and gorgeous and concerns the politics of seagulls…
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For the second week of four free stories in July, Ian Tregillis’ “The Owl and The Reptiloid” examines a vision of first contact and what comes after…
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We love how Sarah Gailey’s story merges magic and public transport with a wonderful, wrenching effect. ~ Fran Wilde, July 10 The Daily Commute by Sarah…
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