Category: Space Fiction

Five a day

‘They never knock.’ ‘They are the masters after all.’ ‘It doesn’t excuse the lack of manners,’ said Carrot. ‘Opening and closing the fridge any time they feel like it. I […] Continue reading


He was missing her more than his front teeth. ‘She couldn’t just disappear,’ he was swearing under his breath as he checked every room. There was the usual mess, and […] Continue reading


They say space is silent, but inside his helmet there was a whole universe of sounds. There was a gentle hiss of oxygen pump, rotation of ventilators, crackling radio. Live […] Continue reading