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ALPHABETICAL ORDER; MUCH more to be done real soon...
Brian Dana Akers' stories
Alex: A Catalog of Electronic Texts
THE CERBERUS AWAKENING "An amazing science fiction cyberpunk interactive story that is published montly on the Net. It is written by the American author Frederick Sickman following his readers suggestions via e-mail. It is published in a greek web server. This story is already almost one year on line and at this moment its on the seventh part." Thanks for this link to: e-mail [PAT] Panagiotis Athanasiou
Blind As Worms, by Rebecca Paley
Cracks in the Web (Weekly spy technothiller)
Melanie Miller Fletcher's in-progress cyberserial "Hoosier Red: The Life and Times of a Questionable Property" available on her Web page (see below) Melanie Miller Fletcher's home page
Earth Never Told Me Paul Meridian's "Ten short stories and a novella, free for your entertainment." * The Stories: * "Ann Of Always (I Behold You!)"  Working as a field reporter for CNX News, Ann Convert meets but does not recognize her eternal companion. (42 secs over 28.8 modem) * "The Complete Woman"   A woman wills herself warnings across time, reaching out to her many past lives, about men who are bound to hurt her. (29 secs over 28.8 modem) * "Yum!  Burgers!"   A victim of post-war radiation finds it awfully hard to raise a child in a world which does not respect children. (25 secs over 28.8 modem) * "The Lepers Of Lamprini"   In an escape pod from a spaceship being absorbed by a worm hole, a young baby girl arrives on the planet Lamprini, where she  is adopted and raised by a tribe of mental, moral and epidermal lepers. (29 secs over 28.8 modem) * "She"   An invisible entity predicts good things for seven women on a lonely mission on a planet outside our solar system. (25 secs over 28.8 modem) * "My Shoes Or Die!"   The future takes an interest in a happily married couple. (42 secs over 28.8 modem) * "This is e-mail?  (re: The Universe)"   A mad-as-a-hatter computer programmer receives some very strange e-mail from the 25th century. (23 secs over 28.8 modem) * "DON'T WORK FOR MONA STARR!"   A voluptuous interplanetary celebrity with a penchant for casual liaisons meets more than her match. (64 secs over 28.8 modem) * "The Town That Killed The World"   Paralysis strikes the world over, and, in particular, a small California bubble town. (58 secs over 28.8 modem) * "The Final Equation"   Celebrated physicist Dr. Elias Tuck leaves the world an unsolved deathbed equation. (19 secs over 28.8 modem) * The Novella: * "Pendragon!"   In 2087, a homicide detective grapples with the crime of the century and larger-than-life issues. e-mail Paul Meridian
Robert P. Fitton, The Fitton Chronicles (Robert P. Fitton) "I have placed a collection of 26 novels onto a graphically designed and unique web site. The Fitton Chronicles contain numerous science fiction and fantasy novels. Readers are guided through synopses of my stories and treated to hefty sample chapters. Purchases are easily made online with a major credit card and immediately downloaded into the reader's personal computer. While many e-book companies boast a multitude of free books, old books, and books by many authors, The Fitton Chronicles offers not one book or chapter, but one author's 26 novels and the unusual ability to instantly own the books." e-mail Robert P. Fitton
Imagined Futures an exhibit of the collage artwork of Frank Smith, presented as a 22nd century retrospective of a 21st century underground artists' collective and their work, complete with extensive descriptive notes, historical timelines, and the like
No Dead Trees (Interactive Cybernovel)
"TeleAbsence" by Michael A. Burstein page includes Hugo nominated story "TeleAbsence" (Analog, July 1995) 1996 Hugo nominee 1996 John Campbell Award nominee
scifi-stories.com Science Fictions Stories, Novels, Articles and Art for Free. Artist reviews and news on publications related to sci-fi. by Anthony Diaz 2693 Lantana Lakes Dr. E. Jacksonville, Florida 32246 e-mail Anthony Diaz

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