Sci-Fi & Speculative Fiction

Anthologies

Futures Anthology 2021
"More Than A Sanctuary" in Futures Anthology
Speculative Fiction (PG)

In what's left of the world, a trans man and his two children seek out a rumoured sanctuary.

This story contains content that some trans readers might find triggering.

Futures is a collection of new writing that investigates the idea of the future through various forms. What you’ll find in futures are sci-fi stories and heart-wrenching creative non-fiction, poems that take you places and essays that dive into ideas. 

Imaginary Creatures 2021
"Blessings" in Imaginary Creatures
Specualtive Fiction (18+)

Chase's Blessing is actually a curse. One that drives him to seek isolation from the world. But then he meets John, someone as equally cursed as he is, and he's already haunting Chase's new home.

This story includes explicit content between a trans man and a cis man.

Imaginary Creatures, an anthology of Queer Paranormal Romance from Carnation Books, features four tales of strange and wonderful magic by up-and-coming authors in the realm of queer romance.

Universe of Attractions 2021
"A Study in The Subtle Manipulations of the Hirian Male" in Universe of Attractions
Science Fiction (18+)

Ikravan is determined to have Jamie Hajjar, even if he needs to employ some gentle manipulation to persuade the human to give into his feelings.

This story includes explicit content between a trans male human and an enthusiastic cis male alien. 

Universe of Attractions: Cross-Species Speculative Fiction Love Stories from Dead Fish Books, features twenty stories that cover the range of Speculative Fiction—Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror—as well as the entirety of Human experience. 

Summer of Speculation 2021
"The Break-Up" in Summer of Speculation: Catastrophe
Science Fiction (PG)

Sometimes a break up can feel like the end of the world. Sometimes a break up happens as the world is ending. 

Summer of Speculation: Catastrophe from Cloaked Press, features 13 speculative fiction stories exploring the theme of catastrophe.

Ask a librarian, and a little water is a catastrophe. Space travelers certainly want no trouble with their life support systems. The end of a relationship can also make one feel like their world has ended.

Magazines

"Long Abandoned" in Havok
Speculative Fiction (U)

A derelict fairground, some scared teenagers and people who are not quite as they seem...

"Long Abandoned" was originally featured on GoHavok  in March 2021 as part of their "Green" theme.

It was only be available to non-members on the 5th March 2021,  you will need to be a member of the website to be able to read it.

However, you can now listen to it on the Havok Story Podcast, read by Maximilian Contreras.

Fat Cat Mag
"Floating Home" in Fat Cat Magazine
Fantasy (U)

On the surface Floating Home is a short piece about someone finding their way home. Much like the ocean, there is something deeper. 

Featuring in Fat Cat's Resurrection issue, issue 5 - “Floating Home” fits their themes of Awakening, New Beginnings and Transformation.

"Through Science to Justice" in Queerlings
Speculative Fiction (U)

Scotty's brother is coming home from the Gender Institute tomorrow and he's not going to get his science assignment finished. 

In Issue 3 of Queerlings, this teenage epistolary spec fic is also my alternate reality love letter to Magnus Hirschfeld and the Institut für Sexualwissenschaft.