SHORT STORIES

Sweet and Sour Fiction

by

Jane Palmer

The bonds people forge can be glorious, everlasting and filled with devotion. All too often they are problematic and dogged by regrets. Many more are not what they seem. Devotion to a lost partner is one thing, devotion to the long dead quite another, and an orang-utan with a sweet tooth can be more appreciative than the family everything has been sacrificed for.
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SHORT SF STORIES

Tales for Technophobes

by

Jane Palmer

       

For those who view with deep suspicion the tyranny of unrelenting technological advance …

and those who do not have the need to take their science fiction too seriously.

 

HENGIE

An android pays the ultimate sacrifice for his art.

 

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EVOLUTION'S ERROR

Sentient life with no sense.

 

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THE JEBBIT

Vile, voracious, and trapped in Fairyland.

 

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DR MAROLINE'S MEDUSA

One glance and the brain is scrambled.

 

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THE REVEREND COSMOS

How to widen the vistas of a young reprobate.

 

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STARGLOW

Explode with your favourite drug.

 

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A BOBBIN CALLED SYNESTR

The dangers of lacemaking.

 

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A WHALE OF A TALE

Magpie meets time traveller in pink.

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FRUIT AND VEG

Vegetarian cannibalism.

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