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April 1st, 2017



Daily Science Fiction Stories for April 2017.

Earth April 1, 2017 We are pleased to announce our line up of stories for February. The dates show the day the story will be delivered by email to subscribers and will appear live on the web at dailysciencefiction.com.

April 3 "Vervain, Grasshopper, Sun" by Marissa Lingen

April 4 "The Thing About Heisenball" by Stewart C. Baker

April 5 "A Better Place" by Sean Williams

April 6 "Hey Wolf" by Abigail Ashing

April 7 "Last Long Night" by Lina Rather

April 10 "An Averted Tragedy" by Brian Gene Olson

April 11 "Going Back for Seconds" by Jez Patterson

April 12 "Clickbait for Paranormals: Ten Signs You or Someone You Know May Be a Necrophiliac" by Sarina Dorie

April 13 "Forget it" by Alexandra Grunberg

April 14 "Contact" by Kyle Richardson

April 17 "How Long is a Time Loop?" by H. Burford-Reade

April 18 "Biographical Sketch of an Unknown Surrealist" by Bruce Boston

April 19 "Voices" by Michele Markarian

April 20 "Software" by Steve Breitenbach

April 21 "Half a Lie" by Molly Tea

April 24 "We Need to Talk About the Unicorn in Your Back Yard" by Mari Ness

April 25 "Letters Found on the Backs of Pepper Labels next to a Skeleton in an 800-year-old Hibernation Capsule Ruptured by what Looks like Sword Damage" by Luc Reid

April 26 "Clickbait for Paranormals: Culinary Delights from the Were-Dog Blog--You Won't Believe What he Cooks next." by Sarina Dorie

April 27 "The Day They Found the Train" by Cassandra Khaw

April 28 "Contractual Obligations" by Jessica M. Kormos

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