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January 19th, 2012

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Daily Science Fiction Stories for February, 2012.

Earth January 20, 2012 The following stories are scheduled for email distribution in February of 2012. Each story will be posted at www.dailysciencefiction.com one week after its exclusive email distribution. The stories from February 2012 will appear in a Kindle edition available on Amazon.

The following stories are scheduled for email distribution in January of 2012. Each story will be posted at www.dailysciencefiction.com one week after its exclusive email distribution. The stories from January 2012 will appear in a Kindle edition available on Amazon.

February 1 "Worlds Like a Hundred Thousand Pearls" by Aliette de Bodard (The Numbers Quartet)

February 2 "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Monkey" by Ruth Nestvold

February 3 "Cloudburst" by Robert Reed



February 6 "Biomass" by Alexander Stanmyer

February 7 "Magic Enough" by Chuck Von Nordheim

February 8 "Angry Child" by Benjamin Rosenbaum (The Numbers Quartet)

February 9 "The Steel Throne" by Eric James Stone

February 10 "The Age of Three Stars" by Kenneth Schneyer



February 13 "The Pencil of Truth" by Shamus Maxwell

February 14 "Joey LeRath's Rocketship" by Julian Mortimer Smith

February 15 "Pulse" by Stephen Gaskell (The Numbers Quartet)

February 16 "In Her Arms of Dresden Pale" by Damien Walters Grintalis

February 17 "Nanomite" by Patricia Duffy Novak



February 20 "Digital Blues" by Greg Mellor

February 21 "The Prisoners " by Darren Latta

February 22 "Nilly" by Benjamin Rosenbaum (The Numbers Quartet)

February 23 "Saurus " by John Van Pelt

February 24 "Bus Ride To Mars" by Cat Rambo



February 27 "Storytellers" by Jen Brubacher

February 28 "The Procedure " by Lawrence Elder

February 29 "The Princess of the Perfume River" by Aliette de Bodard (The Numbers Quartet)

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