This month is a little short on quantity but long on quality.
Must Read novellas from Martha Wells and Peter Watts carried the last half of the month for me.
"The most striking thing about the scope of “The Freeze-Frame Revolution” is the way it makes the scale of the universe and the wonder of discovery feel like more of a prison than a liberating experience."
All the zines I reviewed in early May, including a must read story from Adrian Simmons in GigaNotoSaurus
If you like classic, procedural-style sci-fi with complex characters and worldbuilding, this is the book for you.
A post-Civil War apocalypse then - Two lukewarm sci-fi mysteries - A post-climate disaster revolution
A masterful SF novelette from Will McIntosh and two powerful fantasies by LaShawn M. Wanak and Samantha Mills highlight a great month for short fiction.
"In many ways, Head On and its predecessor feel closer to the Scalzi of internet lore than his space operas do."
Nothing for March in the "there's a hole in your life that only this story can fill" category, but to be fair, I'm a nitpicky little shit. There is plenty of good stuff to read anyway.