“…And I Show You How Deep The Rabbit Hole Goes,” by Scott Alexander

“…And I Show You How Deep The Rabbit Hole Goes,” by Scott Alexander.

I’m cheating here – this is a story I’ve already read, and really loved – because I’m way behind and haven’t read “Ambiguity Machines” yet. So this is a title I can give the group to catch up a bit. 🙂

This is the story I share with friends and go, “Nu, go ahead, just read the first few paragraphs.” ::evil chuckle::

Read the story:

…And I Show You How Deep The Rabbit Hole Goes

“Entanglements,” by David Gerrold

Entanglements, by David Gerrold.

Dropbox link, publicly provided by Gerrold himself.
I’m *really* glad to have stumbled across this one, because I heard a *lot* of enthusiasm for it, and it was in an F&SF issue sent when my local mail system was MISERABLY AWFUL and my issue didn’t arrive TWICE.

So now I get to read it anyway!

Read the story:

Entanglements, by David Gerrold (PDF)

“The Plausibility of Dragons,” by Kenneth Schneyer

“The Plausibility of Dragons,” by Kenneth Schneyer .

Recommended by Levana Taylor, and caught my eye because she described it as ” cleverfun, and a good story of friendship,” which I could use after the last few heavy pieces 🙂

Read the story:

http://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/the-plausibility-of-dragons/