My Favorite Science Fiction – February 2020

Hi everyone! I’ve been reading a lot of good science fiction these days, and thought I’d share some of my favorite sci-fi short stories from the last month. Shout out to the writers who put such great work together – I hope you enjoyed their stories as much as I did!


My favorite sci-fi short stories of February - Go. Now. Fix.Go. Now. Fix. by Timons Esaias, in Asimov’s Jan/Feb 2020. A fantastic adventure story told by…a pillow.

Thin Red Jellies by Lina Rather in Giganotosaurus. An intriguing story of two lovers sharing the same body after an accident.

My Favorite Science Fiction Stories in February the Neanderthal in the GardenThe Neanderthal in the Garden by Guido Eekhaut in East of the Web. I’m always partial to Grand stories that bubble with explanation at the edges, and this story of what I take to be humanity’s devolution raises a ton of fun questions.

You Perfect, Broken Thing by C.L. Clark in Uncanny Magazine. A gripping, stripped down tale of a coach trying to provide for her team in a nightmarish race to live.

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