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Press Release
February 25th, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jonathan Laden

http://www.dailysciencefiction.com
info@dailysciencefiction.com

Daily Science Fiction Announces Stories for March, Month Seven.

Earth February, 25 2011 It has been half a year. Daily Science Fiction has emailed 129 stories to lovers of science fiction and fantasy. Of those stories, 2 have been novelettes, 24 have been short stories of various lengths, 34 have been short shorts, 66 have been flash fiction. Last but not least--except in length--3 drabbles have been sent.

Themes have ranged from alien souls to robot souls, from haunting by monsters as nefarious as a maid to haunting memories in a vial, from time traps to unicorns trapped. Authors have included winners of the top awards in the field and veteran novelists, as well as first publications and other emerging talents.

And there is yet more in store. The following stories are scheduled for email distribution in March. Each story will be posted at www.dailysciencefiction.com one week after its exclusive email distribution (Featured weekend stories are in bold, Alphabet Quartet stories are italicized):

March 1: "Snowfall" by Jennifer Mason-Black

March 2: "I is for Inertia" by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout

March 3: "Surface" by Thomas F. Jolly

March 4: "Epinikion" by Desmond Warzel

March 7: "God's Gift to Women" by Barbara A. Barnett

March 8: "Song of the Laughing Hyena" by David G. Blake

March 9: "J is for Junk" by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout

March 10: "Tuna Fish" by Andrew Kaye

March 11: "Shark's Teeth" by Tim Pratt

March 14: "The Cloud Dragon Ate Red Balloons" by Tom Cardamone

March 15: "Skin of Steel" by Siobhan Shier

March 16: "K is for Kinky" by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout

March 17: "Self and Self" by Jacob A. Boyd

March 18: "Newfangled" by K. G. Jewell

March 21: "That's Show Business" by Bruce Boston

March 22: "Iron Oxide Red" by Gwendolyn Clare

March 23: "L is for Luminous" by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout

March 24: "Girl Who Asks too Much" by Eric James Stone

March 25: "Trust" by David D. Levine

March 28: "Words on a Page" by Allison Starkweather

March 29: "Written Out" by Terra LeMay

March 30: "M is for Mall" by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout

March 31: "The Modern Prometheus" by Ed Wyrd

For more information: http://www.dailysciencefiction.com

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