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Fireside Magazine Issue 91, May 2021

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Empty Space,
by Sidney Maris Hargrave

Fireside Magazine Issue 90, April 2021

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Lesser Things,
by EJ Sidle

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To Hear Them Sing,
by Rebecca Burton; illustrated by Christina Chung

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Deadlock,
by Aimee Ogden

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Strange Music,
by Nicole Bade

Fireside Magazine Issue 89, March 2021

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Phases of the Moon,
by Alice Towey

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Contract Witch,
by Elizabeth Cobbe

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Those We See at the Twilight Bridge,
by Wendy Nikel

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We Are Not Phoenixes,
by John Wiswell

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Sugar,
by Ashley Park; illustrated by Rachel Wada

Fireside Magazine Issue 88, February 2021

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Diamonds and Pearls,
by JL George

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Whistle Posts of Forgotten Railroads,
by Jason Sanford; illustrated by Marcia Diaz

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Navigational Error,
by Lucy A. Snyder

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At the Intersection of Light and Sound,
by Michelle Mellon; illustrated by Daniel Castro Maia

Fireside Magazine Issue 87, January 2021

Fireside Magazine Issue 86, December 2020

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Letters from Yours,
by Em Liu

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The Boy with the Golden Arm,
by Danian Darrell Jerry; illustrated by Don Rimx

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Object Permanence,
by James Yu

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Realism,
by M. R. Herbert

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In the Glass Hall of Supreme Women,
by Jaymee Goh

Fireside Magazine Issue 85, November 2020

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Da Art of Speculatin’,
by Regina N. Bradley

A breakdown of the afrofuturistic stylings of OutKast

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Chosen,
by Kate Sheeran Swed

A rag-tag crew’s unexpected return home

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Thank You for Your Service,
by Ryan Van Loan

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Fifteen Dogs in a Human Suit,
by Paul R. Hardy

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Body, Remember,
by Nicasio Andres Reed

Fireside Magazine Issue 84, October 2020

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Try This One Weird Trick for A More Youthful Look in Minutes,
by Maria Romasco Moore

An unsettling look at an unorthodox beauty regimen.

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synthia.py,
by Hal Y. Zhang; illustrated by Anna Dittmann

A programmer writes code through the echoes of a relationship.

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Narrative Control,
by Kyle Kirrin

Anxiety Bot takes our protagonist on a harrowing ride.

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Disassembly,
by Makena Onjerika

An aching and brutal story that will leave you in pieces, then pick you back up.

Fireside Magazine Issue 83, September 2020

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Holes The Body Leaves Behind,
by Jeremy Packert Burke

A warm and aching look back at the time after the cataclysm.

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Fracture,
by Marianne Kirby

The story of a ship; a woman; a knife, cleaving a path through space.

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A Machine, Unhaunted,
by Kerstin Hall; illustrated by Melody Newcomb

The story of an AI in mouring, and how they cope and move forward through their grief.

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The Roman Road,
by Vajra Chandrasekera

Follow the journey of a homunculus as it uploads into its new container.

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Please Don't Let Go,
by Jo Lindsay Walton

A delightful dossier chronicling Ms. Wolfboy’s recovery.

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May 10, 2021

An update on our most recent submissions period,
by Brian J. White

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