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.
February was a little light on recommended stories; the quality at the top is magnificent, though.
"...an ingeniously manufactured art object, directing the reader’s attention with a concatenation of smoky-eyed dreamlike imagery punctured by the Pavlovian responses of its actors..."
An all science fictional novel reading revue for this month's caps.
An attention-getting debut novel: "Like the best genre fiction, Quietus has a premise and plot that juggles some familiar elements with fresh ideas."