Good Hunting

In  by March 13, 2020
Karin Eklund sauntered casually toward the staff entrance to the Gyrodigital building. The sun had been down for nearly an hour, but Gyrodigital was one of those companies that expected long hours from their employees. No one would think twice about someone arriving at this time. If anyone had stopped to ask her for ID, […]

Home Sick

In  by March 16, 2018
I was encoding a batch of classic ebooks when the ulu-aliki walked in to the library, the outdoors scent of gardenias and overripe mangoes following him. “Afternoon, chief,” I said, pushing my chair back a bit. Joseph Seru spoke Tuvaluan with his family and the other council members, but his English was so much better […]

Now You Can Take Little Blue Marble Home

In  by January 30, 2018
It's here! If you loved our stories this year, we've put them all together in one convenient collection for you. The Little Blue Marble 2017 anthology has arrived at a digital bookstore near you. Get all the stories we published in 2017 in one book. M. Darusha Wehm shows us our blue marble as viewed […]

Awards Eligibility Post for 2017

In  by January 12, 2018
It's that time of year when certain readers start thinking about nominations for various SFF awards like the Hugos and Nebulas. Little Blue Marble hasn't been around for long, and our slate of original fiction this year was quite small, but that's no reason not to boost and celebrate our contributors. Without further ado, here […]

Preventative Maintenance

In  by July 11, 2017
As I belly-crawled through the conduit, I saw my boss Matthews’ smiling face in my mind’s eye and regretted not fighting harder to get out of this assignment. “Why me?” I’d asked. “Why not you?” she’d countered. Surely a smaller, thinner, person would have been better suited for this job—that was why not me. Damned […]
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