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April 24th, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jonathan Laden http://www.dailysciencefiction.com info@dailysciencefiction.com
Daily Science Fiction Announces Stories for May 2011.
Earth — April, 25 2011 —The following stories are scheduled for email distribution in May. 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):

May 2: Her Old Man by Chuck Rothman
May 3: Starlight Cantata by Brian Lawrence Hurrel
May 4: R is for Raffle by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout
May 5: Barb-the-Bomb and the Yesterday Boy by Julian Mortimer Smith
May 6: Values, Vision, and Mission by James Van Pelt

May 9: Unveiled by Ron S. Friedman
May 10: Facts about Gel, Gloop, and Other Semi-Viscous Substance You May Have Encountered Recently by Michael Canfield
May 11: S is for Solipsism by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout
May 12: Can't Stop by K T
May 13: As Fast As You Can by Nathaniel Matthews Lee

May 16: The Instructions by Amanda C. Davis
May 17: Say Zucchini, and Mean It by Peter M. Ball
May 18: T is for Terpsichore by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout
May 19: They Do it with Robots by Eric James Stone
May 20: A Study in Flesh and Mind by Liz Argall

May 23: Shades of Orange by Caroline M. Yoachim
May 24: Men of Wealth by Ross Willard
May 25: U is for Ubiquitous by Tim Pratt, Jenn Reese, Heather Shaw, Greg van Eekhout
May 26: To Soothe Ravaged Throats by Allison Jamieson-Lucy
May 27: Cloaks and Gloves by Patricia Russo

May 30: Remember by Will Arthur
May 31: Just Enough Time by Douglas K. Beagley

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