Mar 18, 2017 | news

A Little Sunshine

by Pablo Defendini

One of Fireside's core values is transparency: We think that it’s important to be forthright with the way we run things around here, in order to build trust with the the wider world.

Mar 16, 2017 | essay

Blind Lady Vs. Git & Markdown

by Elsa Sjunneson-Henry

Pablo, our design and technology director, did not quite know what he’d signed up for when he suggested that he teach me markdown and GitHub as part of my duties as assistant editor at Fireside.

short story

The Resurrectionists

by Alec Austin

They’d gone three days without seeing anything more than mesas and miles of bone-sand before Kade saw the newspaper.

Mar 8, 2017 | news

It's Awards Season

by Pablo Defendini

And that means that it's time for us to bug you, dear readers, about nominating and voting for some of our fantastic short fiction.

short story

It Happened To Me: I Melded My Consciousness With the Giant Alien Mushroom Floating Above Chicago

by Nino Cipri

I was twenty-three, and on my lunch break when the giant alien mushroom bloomed in the sky over Lake Michigan.

Mar 5, 2017 | news

Don't Talk to Strangers

by Brian J. White

Fireside received an email today from someone using a pseudonym asking a bunch of questions about the BlackSpecFic report, and talking about a counter-report they claim to be preparing.

Mar 2, 2017 | essay

About Our New Site

by Pablo Defendini

We're pretty excited about our new site, so I thought I'd talk a bit about the new visual design, our new technology stack, and our workflow.

Feb 28, 2017 | essay

The Revolution Was Televised

by Andrea Phillips

Here in America, the only thing people remember is the shoes.

Feb 23, 2017 | essay

This Machine Kills Fascists

by Brian J. White

Our families, our neighbors, and our values are under assault by cowards who puff themselves up by screeching hate and lies and rancid ideas.

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