An essay by James Patrick Kelly on the writing of his short story ‘Monsters’.
Cosmologically speaking, Earth’s luck ran out in an eye blink. In another million years or so, humanity could have had the technology to shield its cradle from an imminent gamma-ray burst. Too bad we didn’t get that million years …
Sarina Dorie has sold over eighty-five short stories to markets like Daily Science Fiction, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Orson Scott Card’s IGMS, and Cosmos. Her novels include: SILENT MOON, DAWN OF THE MORNING STAR, and URBAN CHANGELING.