It’s a very spare week for free fiction, it appears – but there’s still enough to keep you busy!
Only a single meager sf story on Manybooks.net this week:
- “The Soul Bottles” by Jay Lake
(there’s more from Mr Lake further down, BTW …)
I’ve not read The Commons, but I have read Black Brillion – so I can tell you if you like metafictional games being played in the Jungian collective unconscious, you’ll want to spare the time for this!
Episode 2 of Warren Ellis‘ new weekly freebie online comic Freakangels is up and about.
Remember – sassy girl in fishnets who pilots a steam powered gyrocopter around a flooded London. Everything else is gravy – and Freakangels being written by Ellis, that’s plenty of gravy to go around.
Okay, let’s form up the Friday Flash Fictioneers!
Dan Pawley was late posting last week’s piece, so I figure we can blame all that “Monkeywrenching“.
Gareth L Powell would like to interrupt this program briefly for “A Word From Our Sponsor“.
And that’s it for this week, I’m afraid – though judging by past form that means we’ll have a bumper crop next week.
Don’t forget there’s fresh fiction coming back to Futurismic on 3rd March – and watch out for a little surprise over the course of this weekend, too!
By the way, if you have a tip-off or suggestion for FFF (or just about the site in general), we now have a funky new contact form for you to use.
In the meantime, I’ve got to get myself sorted out – I have a convention to attend tomorrow! I hope you all have a great weekend.