science fiction

The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.

Brutalist Stories #58
“You wanna be scared?” the major asked, walking along the wall of concrete, pock marked and bitten with time and war. Bullet holes the size of fists, the crumbling grey matter lay strewn all around wi...
Brutalist Stories #57
A woman walks into the room holding a large yellow ball in one hand. It’s a tall room with spiking concrete shafts that are split occasionally with slits of light, highlighting motes of grey dust that...
Outrun Stories4 days ago
Outrun Stories #60
This morning I was normal. This morning I was a different person. This morning I had had some semblance of a life. I had a past with friends, family. I had a future with a job and a girl and all the o...
Matthew Kresal5 days ago
'Doctor Who': The Lure Of The Nomad Review
After nearly twenty years and over 200 stories in the monthly range alone, Big Finish has proven they know how to tell a good Doctor Who story. Even so, they are still capable of dropping stories that...
Brutalist Stories #56
She came outside, leant on the tilled wall outside the huge overhang of the Ministry of Cyber Affairs, and lit a cigarette. Holding it down, the smoke in her lungs releasing that kick of nicotine, thr...
Brutalist Stories #55
“You’re afraid,” I say to him and he nods and looks up at me through his furrowed brow, the shake in his hand calming. “We’re all afraid,” I smile and hold the glass front of my helmet against his. I ...
Brutalist Stories #54
The hole appeared one day. 24 hours later, people began to disappear; it’s been going on for decades. For what reason or for what end none of us know, despite our best efforts. There’s plenty of us st...
Dive In: Part 1: Prologue
It never takes long, once a new technological system emerges, for multitudes of improvements to start popping into existence. Take the cellphone, for example. In the 1990s, the cellphone was a giant b...
Brutalist Stories #53
I’m stood and trying to remember the days of the South West Four. That group of men and women that tried so hard for so long to bring about change. What did they do in the end? For all their hardship ...
Home?
My eyes open slowly, unable to adjust to the bright light which filters itself through the glass of the cabin I have been sleeping in. The compartment opens, releasing me from its claustrophobic space...
Outrun Stories9 days ago
Outrun Stories #59 
Video available here: YouTube I’m just sat, completely numb. I’m just staring at this fat man in front of me and trying to make sense of it all, any sense of what happened, what went on, why she’s dea...
Outrun Stories10 days ago
Outrun Stories #58 
Video available here: https://youtu.be/JcejcOx5uy4 Chapman’s putting on his best poker face. “So, you’re in, right? You go deep, you’ve had the needle, you’ve got the transfer, but you’re still no clo...
Outrun Stories10 days ago
Outrun Stories #57  
Video available here: Youtube “But you said you didn’t get the power, when you got the needle?” Chapman is as fucking stupid as the rest of these agency clowns. “Look, you don’t need the power to rece...
Outrun Stories11 days ago
Outrun Stories #56 
Video available here: https://youtu.be/tq_AHXTF-0w He’s on the edge of his seat now, fat, balding and sweaty old Chapman. This case might make his fucking career, give him that pension he’s always dre...
Outrun Stories11 days ago
Outrun Stories #55 
Video available here: Youtube “Yeah, promises, right? Just like the government promised to try and help the incident zones out? Just like the people in the unaffected areas said they’d protest for us....
Outrun Stories11 days ago
Outrun Stories #54  
Video available here: YouTube “Cutty, this thing’s not going away, help us help you. You know?” The interviewer lights up another cigarette and takes out that hand-cannon from the holster underneath h...
Phil Weller17 days ago
The Shape of Things to Come
He didn’t like the idea of the foil hat. He didn’t want to become the mad stereotype the cheap tabloids make a joyous mockery out of whenever there are spare pages to be filled. But he needed protecti...
r. nuñez20 days ago
The First Shaman
of the past I The sensors on the exterior of the Proto I sent a signal into the thinking machine. The thinking machine clicked and hummed, and it shot a stream of light into the receptor of a dormant ...