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Press Release
July 28th, 2011



Daily Science Fiction Announces Stories for August, 2011.

Earth -- July 28, 2011 --Daily Science Fiction is proud to announce that the following stories are scheduled for email distribution in August. Each story will be posted at www.dailysciencefiction.com one week after its exclusive email distribution:

August 1: "Hints of the Apocalypse" by K.G. Jewell

August 2: "Trails" by James Bloomer

August 3: "Exit Interview" by Patrick Johanneson

August 4: "The Girl in the Wooden Dress" by Angela Rydell

August 5: "The Last Librarian" by Edoardo Albert

August 8: "The Recruiter" by John Robert Spry

August 9: "Killer Pot" by James S. Dorr

August 10: "The Box That Eats Memories" by Ken Liu

August 11: "Gentlewoman's Guide to Time Travel" by Alice M. Roelke

August 12: "How Amraphel, the Assistant to Dream, Became a Thief, Lost His Job, and Found His Way" by Scott Edelman

August 15: "Spoons" by Joseph Zieja

August 16: "Our Drunken Tjeng" by Nicky Drayden

August 17: "True Hollywood Story" by Ryan Gutierrez

August 18: "Reading Time" by Beth Cato

August 19: "What Never Happened to Kolay" by Patricia Russo

August 22: "Alpha & Omega: A Co-creative Tale of Collaborative Reality" by Joshua Ramey-Renk

August 23: "The Standing Stones of Erelong" by Simon Kewin

August 24: "Passage" by Lavie Tidhar

August 25: "Heart on Green Paper" by Gra Linnaea

August 26: "Inside Things" by Melissa Mead

August 29: "Distilled Spirits" by Andrew Kaye

August 30: "Rules for Living in a Simulation" by Aubrey Hirsch

August 31: "What You Singing About?" by Tracy Berg

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

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