We should have gotten this story posted here over a month ago, and our apologies to author Richard Lau for the delay. We hope you enjoy his wonderful micro fiction story, “That One Bead” which won our Indigenous authors themed round of our monthly micro fiction contest. That One BeadRichard Lau As a tribal tale-tellerContinue reading “September’s Winning Micro Fiction Story”
For faster growth, soak slips in fresh blood for at least 1-2 days before planting. The roots are attracted to the cloy of tender meat and the pheromones in sweat.
What happened to my mother’s home will never happen again. She, and others like her, made sure of that.
“Balikbayan” by Nadine Aurora Tabing
Dental Hygiene on Orbital Station #57, by Meg Murray
My mind was made up. I was going to join the historian-witnesses. My guides had tested my resolve. They had spoken truthfully to me all day.
If only her ancestors had witnessed the arrival of the age of milk and honey.
Here are the winning stories from December’s Solarpunk Micro Fiction Contest.