A nasty little horror flash, partaking in the horror tradition of going places where the morality isn’t clear. Banana Pudding Girl at Daily Science Fiction.
I love this silly little story, which is written in the form of a bad internet review.
This is a fun little flash fiction, a subversion of the Cinderella story. Hope you like it! https://dailysciencefiction.com/fantasy/fairy-tales/michael-w-cho/of-magic-ash-and-broken-glass
He gave us fire, and then the gods chased him. So he fled! This is the setup behind my contribution to the anthology, Five Minutes at Hotel Stormcove, edited by EDE Bell of Atthis Arts, in which each story must […]
A strange nurse takes a disabled man through his day, teaching him the meaning of basic words and feelings. https://dailysciencefiction.com/science-fiction/space-travel/michael-w-cho/care
I’ve always been fascinated that mortals purport to know so much about invisible, all-powerful, supreme beings. How do we know their names? What they do? What they like? They never really talk to us, really, so how would we know? […]
Check out my alternative history story called It Can Happen Here, inspired by US propaganda posters that once were a thing. It Can Happen Here by Michael W. Cho
If you’ve ever surfed Youtube for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen lots of homemade videos of people attempting–and failing spectacularly–at various feats. You may have seen kids bungling their newest skateboard tricks, or people falling into lakes, or […]
I think this is the first time I’ve ever been reviewed, so… yeah! http://quicksipreviews.blogspot.com/2016/08/quick-sips-terraform-august-2016.html
The Paper Menagerie, a short story, swept the major SF/F awards, garnering a Nebula, a Hugo, and World Fantasy awards. The last time this happened was with William Gibson’s Neuromancer, back in the 80s! You almost want to not like it, when […]