22 Months Old, Intergalactic Planetary

The stories

I Want to Believe the Truth Is Out There by Lori Sambol Brody [Recommended]
Volcano by Chelsea Voulgares
Cumulus by J. Bradley
Ursa Major by Clio Velentza
The Arrival by Michael Chin
The Rapture by Beverly A. Jackson
Exotic by Gary V. Powell
Gravitational Waves by Michele Finn Johnson
Why Does Earth Sparkle So Much? by Steven Moss
Urban Decay by Pearse Anderson
Supernatural by Sudha Balagopal
All Eggs, No Birds by Ahimaz Rajessh
The First Woman on Mars by John Minichillo
Robocop Infinity by Jonathan Cardew
A Habitable Place by Jacquelyn Bengfort
An Introduction to Meteorites by Nicholas Cook
Ash Wednesday by Joseph Young

Editor’s Note

Thank you to all the writers for making Intergalactic Planetary an out-of-this-world success! Alien abductions, super-medicines, parental cloud units, constellations, dystopian attacks, robots in all shapes and sizes, young scientists, meteors and travels into outer space. None of these things have ever looked so good!


Nominations for Best of the Net 2017

The time has come to nominate two pieces for Sundress Publications’ Best of the Net 2017 anthology. We are proud and delighted to nominate:

Subashini Navaratnam, Experimental Woman
Adetomiwa Victor Owoseni,
An Unspoken Exchange

Subashini’s beautiful, powerful story has already won some acclaim, making the long list for the Wigleaf Top 50. When you read it, you’ll see why. An incredible piece.

Adetomiwa’s story was his first ever published piece, and one of the most popular stories we’ve featured on the site this year. Wonderfully felt and observed.


Studio Screaming Microphone Yelling Boy Sing


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Jellyfish Fact

Jellyfish kill more people than vending machines do.