Attention, science fiction fans – there’s a new magazine out that you need to read! The first issue of Mundanities Magazine is now available from Nomadic Delirium Press. And, because I’m never shy about tooting my own trumpet, it contains a story by me!
The story is Last Man Driving – a science fiction tale about one man’s struggle to keep driving the old-fashioned way in a future where self-driving cars are the norm and only a stick-in-the-mud idiot would consider turning off his autonomous vehicle’s computer. Technology, though, isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be…
Here’s the blurb for the magazine, including the reason for its title:
Mundane science fiction does not imply boring science fiction. Quite the contrary, mundane science fiction simply means fiction based on plausible science. How can sf be interesting without aliens and interstellar travel, you might ask…well, Mundanities answers that question with five fantastic stories that are based on very realistic science.You get the start of the second American revolution, a man refusing to give up his rights to technology, genetically engineered animals, genetically engineered athletes, and a prison system gone very wrong. Far from boring, these stories will have you thinking “what if?” And isn’t that really the point of science fiction?
You can purchase this excellent electronic magazine for only $2.99 (a bargain for 56 pages containing 5 brand-new stories) from:
- Amazon by clicking here
- Nomadic Delirium Press directly by clicking here
- Smashwords by clicking here
- Drive-Thru Fiction by clicking here
Editor J Alan Erwine has put together an amazing publication featuring work not only by me but also Eamonn Murphy, W C Roberts, Lisa Timpf, and Benjamin Norris. Fans of science fiction will no doubt recognize a couple of names from that list! It is an honor to be in such company.
To read more about my particular story, including some behind-the-scenes trivia, click here. Or, if you want to peruse a list of all my professionally published work so far, you can refer to my Short Story Jump Page.
Thank you for reading.