Category: OG Issues

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 26

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 26 has been released! In John Richard Albers’ “The Lament of Foclaid” a young man must decide how far he is willing to go to save his people. In every man’s life there comes a day when he must make a choice that will forever shape his destiny. Today is Uncle Ron’s day in David Murphy’s “September 2nd.” Also included is poetry by John C. Tremblay. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 25

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 25 has been released! In Lawrence R. Dagstine’s “The Girl Who Dreamt Portals” a young girl is far more than the other girls at her orphanage think. In Desmond Warzel’s “Assumption” an interstellar rescue team has more adventure in store for them than they had planned. Also included is [...]

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 24

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 24 has been released! It is a special double issue full of great speculative fiction stories from authors such as Darien Cox, D. Thomas Minton, David Tallerman, Jeremiah Hawkins, S. Hutson Blount and Travis Heermann as well as poetry from Bruce Golden and G.O. Clark. It is one of [...]

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 23

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 23 has been released! In Lawrence Dagstine’s “My Own Private Earth” two brothers game for toy planets that are far more than toy planets while two other brothers struggle to escape the Germans in WWII. Wayne Helge’s “Voyeurs” will tempt you to believe that a toy model of Chicago [...]

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 21

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 21 has been released! In Brian Anglin’s “Forget Me Nots” a man lives two lives and loves two women, but which one will win out? D. Thomas Minton’s “Memories of Childhood” tells the story of man struggling to find his missing memories and the reason they are missing. Also included is poetry by Sarah Ashwood. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 20

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 20 has been released! In J.F. Peterson’s “Salt Ice” a good or bad choice is as thin and breakable as salt ice. Edward W. Robertson’s “Every Song is a Love Song” tells the story of man finding home on a faraway planet. Also included is poetry by Bruce Boston. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 19

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 19 has been released! In Brian Trent’s “The Theseus Woman” technology allows a man to reconstruct his lost wife. Walter Giersbach’s “Who Dares Call It Murder?” is a murder mystery with several twists. William Todd Rose’s “Day of The Sentient” reveals a robot in lament over its sad state [...]