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Toasted Cake 192! In which we curl up to watch Jupiter's pyschedelic storms.

The first time, we stayed together for fifty years.

This story first appeared right here in Daily SF.
 
S.B. Divya is a lover of science, math, fiction, and the Oxford comma. Her novella 'Runtime,' is a Nebula Award finalist, and her short stories have been published at various magazines including Apex, Uncanny, and Tor.com. She co-edits the Hugo Award-nominated podcast, Escape Pod, with Mur Lafferty. Find her on Twitter @divyastweets or at www.eff-words.com.



Toasted Cake 179! In which we practice our survival skills.

The Daffodil Project is a joint venture between the United Nations, ESA, and Friends of the Elderly. I am their 17th civilian recruit.

This story first appeared right here in Nature.

Sylvia Spruck Wrigley was born in Germany and spent her childhood in Los Angeles. She has inexplicably ended up in Tallinn where she writes about plane crashes and is discovering the lore of Estonian spirits and witches. Her short stories have been translated into over a dozen languages. You can find out more about her at intrigue.co.uk.



Toasted Cake 115! In which we were promised no more experiments. 

We flying monkeys get no respect. 

(First appeared right here in Every Day Fiction)

Dale Ivan Smith has his mother to thank for his love of reading, his writing and his passion for science fiction and fantasy. When he was five, he glimpsed the cover of a paperback sci-fi novel she was reading and was immediately interested. She encouraged him to read widely and follow his passion. He got into trouble in grade school for sneaking off to the library during class, so naturally after earning a history degree he became a librarian, and has worked for Multnomah County Library system since 1987. His stories have appeared in online magazines and on Amazon. Currently he's working two novels: a superhero serial and a weird western. You can find him at his website, daleivansmith.com .



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