A sci-fi story of survival, humanity, and determination, published by AntipodeanSF

‘Iron Will’ follows an automaton as he goes about his day in the ruins of an abandoned city, gathering food for his intractable master, the sole remaining human inhabitant.

AntiSF was launched in December 1997 and is devoted to the promotion of the best in short-short speculative fiction from the podes and antipodes, and in the promotion of fresh, new speculative writers. With 20 years under their belt, I’m excited to be included in their 233rd issue!

AntiSF also host a podcast, a weekly show dedicated to the presentation of flash speculative fiction stories (science fiction, fantasy, and horror), as well as discussions and panel presentations recorded at various speculative fiction conventions and awards ceremonies.

The pieces featured in the podcast are often narrated by the authors themselves, and a personal reading of my short story was included in the AntiSF Radio Show Adriana (02:17 – Intro’d at 01.27)!