Another selection of science fiction short stories brought to you by RIS. Below you will find a range of tales that are very much in the vein of what makes our journal unique. These stories are appealing to lovers of fiction, robots, space, & more. Congratulations on your luck in stumbling upon us….enjoy.
How will you spend your last moments?
Author: C.L. Cook
Keeping your memories can be more of a burden than a comfort.
Author: A.J. Ferguson
On a planet whose inhabitants co-exist with a colony of exiled humans, teenager Ieva befriends one of the locals and the two plot to escape to Earth.
Author: Joel Fishbane
A lonely teenager who happens to be a genetically engineered human/pig dreams of becoming a ballet dancer.
Author: Evelyn Martinez
Two teenage astronauts struggle to locate bread in their space-shuttle.
Author: Magdalena Deniz
Sound and madness.
Author: Benjamin Welton
Running a kingdom can be a bit complicated for a young girl.
Author: Laura Arciniega
The odds aren’t always black and white.
Author: Craig Kenworthy
Sometimes good advice comes from the most unlikely sources.
Author: William J. Joel
A pregnant applicant for space colonization wonders if the voyage would be worth the risk.
Author: Matt Luedke
Have you ever visited a planet in a faraway galaxy to learn programming but fallen for a humanoid male? No? That’s unusual.
Author: Isha Sinha
A mysterious walk-in freezer leads to adventure.
Author: Dan Leicht
David Ifiemi dreams of his new life ahead on Epsilon Eridani VI, but he wakes to the reality of incomprehensible disaster.
Author: Stephen Matlock