Sci Phi is an online science fiction and philosophy magazine. In each issue you will find stories that explore questions of life, the universe and everything and articles that delve into the deep philosophical waters of science fiction universes.
This month we have a somewhat accidentally apocalyptically themed issue for you with
There’s and App for That by Edward M. Lerner, a story about the changes we are experiencing as technology advances.
The Frankenstein Project by Ellen Denton, a tragedy of cybernetics and monkeys
The Bottle of Red Zinfandel by Bev Vincent, a tale of a turning point in history and the decisions that come with inventing something unexpected
Whispers by David Hallquist, how do you coped with a haunted space station?
TN-3970 by Olin Wish, what do you do when the world ends and you need to travel to a far off land?
Stunted Re-Live E-Loop by L.P. Melling, what do you do when you can’t get to the exam in time?
Understanding Freedom Through Science Fiction by Chris A. Peck, what does it mean to be free and what can future history tell us about it?
We are Borg by Jasper Doomen, have we already been assimilated?
General Directive #18 by Patrick S. Baker, is genocidal in self defence ever justified?
Precious Games by E.J. Shumak, are we getting ahead of ourselves trying to discard tradition or does it play a valuable part in our lives?
On Having a Soul: The Murder on a Beach Thought Experiment by Jerffrey A. Corkern, an interesting exercise in intuition about why you have a soul
Beyond the Mist continues with our protagonist pushing ever onward and there is a contest at the end of the story for readers
And a book reviews by Peter Sean Bradley and Mike Phelps