Nevertheless, She Persisted: Flash Fiction Project (ebook)
by Diana M. Pho
March 8th 2020 by Tor Books
Original TitleNevertheless She Persisted: Flash Fiction Project
ISBN125078168X (ISBN13: 9781250781680)
This is a collections of short stories from of the primer young authors in the science fiction genre, with the give idea that nevertheless she persisted each author looks at the different situations how someone could persist even if it was against the odds. I great introduction to authors with a wide range of talent and view points.
Our Faces, Radiant Sisters, Our Faces Full of Light!* By Kameron Hurley
Fighting monsters when warned that you should not. The challenge all women face in life, will they follow the warnings or attempt to face whats beyond them for the hope of something better.
God Product By Alyssa Wong
Finding notice in a world where she was over looked, she pushed the boundaries to be seen, and found that she lost gods she wanted to impress.
Alchemy By Carrie Vaughn
Pushing the boundaries of science she learned that if she kept working maybe she would find what she seeks.
Persephone By Seanan McGuire
finding that giving something may lead to loosing everything. She wanted to donate blood to help others, only to find that they would take everything even her life.
Margot and Rosalind
By Charlie Jane Anders
Even having all the answers does not compare to having someone just care, to do things just for your pleasure. Margot finds that her friend Rosalind would love to share all she knows for the attention and respect she was given.
Astronaut By Maria Dahvana Headley
A beautiful look at the space adventures of the early 1960’s I love the twist that the main character was an astronaut but not the one you expect. What a wonderful look at it. I was fortunate to learn about this time of exploration and the viewpoint of those involved in the first years.
More than Nothing By Nisi Shawl
Looking at your choices and wondering if they are right despite your desire to persist living with your choices. Very self reflective story.
The Last of the Minotaur wives By Brooke Bolander.
Being the last of her kind Blue tries to connect to the people outside her world only to risk it all.
The jump Rope Rhyme by Jo Walton
A poetic look a the history of life and the twists and turns of history.
Anabasis by Amal El-Mohtar
Shape-shifters have questions of who they are, although they have the ability to be anything, they need to form a realized since of their own personality, and reality.
The Ordinary woman and the Unquiet Emperor by Catherynne M Valente
She persisted to find the truth of her world, but all seekers of the truth have to risk everything to know the truth. Its a deadly game to question those in power.