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Dispatches from the Inter-Galactic by A. A. Roi

And you thought humanity was the only messed up species in the universe…

Dispatches From The Inter-Galactic is a series of loosely related satirical stories which take place in a galaxy full of various interstellar civilizations and numerous space faring species generally described as ‘consentients’. While there are numerous themes related to interstellar life, several of the stories directly relate to specific themes such as; The pan-galactic ramifications to the use of supersymetrical . . .

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HAWK by Mike_I_Am

Kas Balera is used to a bit of chaos. As a space bounty hunter, capturing three Class-2 criminals should have been the most difficult part of her week, but when a disaster of epic proportions rocks the entire solar system, Kas is thrust into the midst of an adventure far beyond her wildest fantasies. With the help of . . .

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Slush by Carachel

Melodrama in the 22nd Century

It’s the 22nd century, and intelligent alien life has just been found! Nobody cares. In New California, life is good for the students at St. Victoria’s High School. Sure, the teachers may be strict, lunch is served by robots without taste buds, and the field trips offworld can be a chore, but otherwise the future is bright! For Ruby, . . .

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They are Smol by TinyPrancingHorse

In the far future, if you're clever, cuteness can be a weapon.

They are Smol takes place in the near-to-far future, and asks two very simple questions: (1) What if we aren’t alone in the universe? (2) What if the other aliens out there found us absolutely adorable? The They are Smol series, updated weekly, takes place after a disastrous first contact and the subsequent accidental invasion of Earth. Once . . .

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Onward To Providence by Nighzmarquls

Pylo was a woman of trade and travel! She had set out for a life of adventure and exchange with strange new life. She would make deals and exchanges with new fools and new civilizations. She would boldly swindle like no one had swindled before. . . .

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Ashes of Eternity by JP Koenig

In the far future, four people must come together to face a threat lurking in the outer rim.

An ancient conqueror awakens to find his galactic empire in ashes. A street rat discovers a core that changes everything. A noble woman must fight for her place in her family and for her very survival. A privileged Intercessor realizes war and politics brew beneath the pleasant facade of his utopian planet. All of them are light years apart, but . . .

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Tales of the ESDF by Fushigi

The members of the Earth System Defense Force stand side-by-side with their alien allies to fight a galactic war. It has been going on for hundreds of millennia and it is happening right now, without the knowledge of ordinary people here on Earth.

A war is raging above your head, a war you know nothing about. The combatants have not only been fighting this war for your entire life, they have been fighting it since long before Human history began. While you live your life in peace, the thousands of intelligent species across our galaxy are split between two warring camps, and our . . .

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From the Moon: Home by J.A. Waters

The universe has a way of waylaying us all.

A daredevil performs his last jump: a leap into space. Everything has been planned out and prepped, but the universe has a way of waylaying us all. A geophysicist is winding up her last dig as part of a seismology and core-sampling project. So close to completion, she’s ready to head home and build on the success of her . . .

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Shadow serial by Novagirl93

Vai Ma’amaloa is 17 years old, and his father has just accepted the position of Chief Science Officer aboard the G.E.V. Shadow, a retrofitted warship tasked with exploring the unknown reaches of the galaxy. Now, Vai will have to come to terms with leaving his old life behind. As he forges new relationships aboard the Shadow, and tries to . . .

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Orivar: Deep Black by Rotaidem

Atara Korrell, a retired Navy captain, is called back into service after a gifted scientist loses everything. Is Atara serving her country? Or is she just a pawn in a great game? Orivar is a web novel series set in the distant future. Humanity has all but mastered the exotic material known as omnium, the most common of . . .

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Pirates of the Milky Way by jaxonreed

In space, no one can hear you lie.

New technology allowed humans to reach for the stars. Now technology has led to war. Opposing AI systems battle each other in a monumental struggle for control of the galaxy. But one planet remains a refuge of independent thought. Lute is home to pirates, harboring ruthless companies of warships hunting for prey. The pirates are offered the spoils . . .

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Deeper Darker by mooderino

Set in the far future when humanity has reached the stars and finds it is not the first to do so. Alien technology has been left behind by a long dead race. Ancient cities, abandoned starships, temples and fortified bunkers all contain artefacts and devices far in advance of what humans have been able to produce. Technology that . . .

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ANACHRONAUTS

Zany, Serious, Solid

By LondonIvy, member

Sep 9, 2011: I am a long-time fan of Stefan Gagne’s writing, and so it was natural I gave his newest series Anachronauts a try. As of now I have read two books in the series and trying to find the time to read more.

What Anachronauts is at its heart is a very solid genre mash-up, filled with seemingly incongruous elements (aliens, the fae, steampunk and zombies all mixed in a post-apocalyptic world). From his past writing it’s obvious that Gagne excels with [more . . .]

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