Ten to Infinity is returning! Yes, starting from next Friday, Ten to Infinity will be back with more story recommendations on a weekly schedule. I wish I could post more than once a week, but I want to be sure I can keep this going without having another hiatus. This also means free stories won’t appear on a regular basis, but when they do they’ll be added to the ‘free stories online’ tab at the top (or the side) of the page.
Coming up in the next few months will be fiction from William Browning Spencer, Jane Yolen, Alan Moore, Aliette de Bodard, Andy Duncan, Johanna Sinisalo and a cavalcade of others.
I’m also going to try to use @tentoinfinity more, though I still don’t understand Twitter, and the length seems like a cruel imposition. How can I sum up my ambivalence to Fritz Leiber’s A Specter is Haunting Texas in a hundred and forty characters? ‘Bit of a curate’s egg’ hardly does it justice. I’ll look into the matter.
If you want something to read in the meantime, may I suggest one of my earliest recommendations, The Only Death in the City by C.J. Cherryh. The story’s recently been made available online for free by Lightspeed magazine, so there’s really no excuse not to take a look.