It’s Reader Poll Time!
Jump in and tell us your three top favorite reads from the year so far …
There are a lot of new readers here (and out there) and we want your help introducing your favorite stories so far to them, especially those from earlier in our first year of publishing The Sunday Morning Transport!
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So! Let us know your faves: Drop your top three reads for this year so far in the comments below (or email us at email@example.com).
To help you out, we’ve attached a handy list of links so you can catch up if you’ve missed any. Stories behind the subscriber paywall, with reader preview, are marked with an (*).
Help us boost your favorites so far (and feel free to share this email/post) — comment below!
(We hope to do polls more often, so be sure to join in on this one so we know that you like them.)
Here are our 2022 stories to date, with more to come in November and December:
“A Subscribers-Only Sneak Peak into Preliminary Reports on the Conditions of the Camps” - Juan Martinez
“On the Origins of the Population of Wakeford” - Kathleen Jennings (*)
“Now is the Time for Expansion and Growth” - Sarah Pinsker (*)
“What Sleeps at the Heart of Aurora Station” - Margaret Dunlap (*)
“The Tree at the Edge of an Unknown Land” - Miyuki Jane Pinckard (*)
“Megaton Comics Proudly Presents: Captain Comeback Saves the Day” - C.S.E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez (*)
Hope you enjoy re-reading, catching up, and joining in the poll!
We’ll be back to tell you all the exciting stories coming for November next week!
Julian & Fran
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The Book of Unwritten Poems!
The Part You Throw Away!
Now Is the Time for Expansion and Growth!
Trinity's Dragon, Telling the Bees, The Tree at the Edge of an Unknown Land