Sapiens Plurum is seeking your short world-saving fiction! Your vision of a future Earth (or perhaps another planet) which is fully healthful and happy with transhumanity, other fauna and flora, and the environment. Become one with the Borg Sapiens Plurum, for we "will have the power of gods of ancient myth: to heal, to transform, to battle and to better the future of humankind, to overcome problems that have plagued civilization for millennia: thirst, hunger, disease, pollut
Talk about a writing prompt written for me! The first line must be "Lena was raised on violin lessons and minimal parental supervision." I (and maybe you too) will be sure to read the details and submit here by May 1, 2021. I (or you) could win $25 - $50 for fiction! (Or $5 - $10 for poetry, or $25 for nonfiction.)
Take a flying leap into writing and / or reading for Uncharted! This online short fiction publisher is asking for your "Stories to get lost in! Publishing crime, mystery, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and thriller short stories. Debuting August 2021." So jump out of the porthole and into this sea of opportunity with your short stories. Uncharted pays $200 per story and offers optional editorial feedback. They're also looking for serious, committed, volunteer readers. So
Fellow sci-fi writers of planet Earth, we are writing our future! Whether you write optimistically or pessimistically is up to you, but optimistic and pessimistic sci-fi trends tend to play out in future real science and cultural trends. Write and see for yourself...
After philosopher David Pearce's recommendation of The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas, of course a review is in order. If you'd prefer to read this quick tale before my review, you may do so here. *** Synopsis: Omelas is a magical city full of festivity and frolic. Omelasians are prone to party, and some may also be prone to orgies, and some partake in recreational drugs. At first glance, a beautiful place full of happy people. However, for confoundingly unknown reasons, a ch