I’ve been following Daily Science Fiction for a while. It’s an exciting idea from Michele-Lee Barasso and Jonathan Laden, a short story (flash) each weekday, including a longer story on Friday mornings. They’re now offering each month of the first year as e-books on Amazon, which is pretty cool:
Check out Diabolical Plots for reviews of Daily Science Fiction stories. Lois Tilton also does a review of a few stories from Jan 28 – Feb 4, 2011.
Here are my favourites from September 2010:
- “Mark and Shelly’s” by Steven R. Stewart
- “Tag, You’re It” by Melissa Mead
- “Chameleon” by Colin Harvey
- “American Changeling” by Mary Robinette Kowal
- “Flint’s Folly” by J. Chant
- “Small Differences” by Tim Patterson
I’ll do October 2010 next… surprising, I know.
What I’d really like to see is some thematic anthologies and maybe a fan-voted “Best of Daily Science Fiction Year 1″ edition. And since I don’t have a Kindle right now, the other e-book formats would be great, too.