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Jude-Marie Green

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Jude-Marie Green writes science fiction and fantasy, has edited for online magazines Abyss&Apex, 10Flash Quarterly, and Noctem Aeternus, and published stories in magazines and anthologies, online and podcast. She graduated Clarion West 2010 and won the Speculative Writers Foundation's Older Writers Grant. She lives in Southern California near the beach, though not near enough.

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The White Wood

Published Mar 5, 2020 · 5,047 words (19 minutes) · 36 views

Fantasy fairy tale hansel & gretel

With all the interest in fairy tales and lately HANSEL & GRETEL, I read this essay from SyFy with great interest. And I remembered my own take on this fairy tale, an example of a flawed story that sold to a decent market anyway. https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-dark-history-behind-hansel-and-gretel?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hanselandgretel&utm_term=paid&utm_content=link_ad&fbclid=IwAR2Q7JbQqww1yulVVRaHCLJGmcw5EFMR7WP7aiFpom-38d7nY5UdG7HrVv4

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Beautiful woodland path

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A Superlative For Goodbye

Published Jan 18, 2020 · 460 words (2 minutes) · 104 views

Science Fiction

A brand-new market for 100-word stories opened. Within an hour I wrote this as a 100-word story, submitted it, and they purchased it. Months later, before pay and publication, they closed down. This was purchased by Jean Asselin of James Gunn's AS ASTRA and the editorial staff feels it's the flagship story for the magazine.

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Derelict

Published Aug 18, 2019 · 4,506 words (17 minutes) · 156 views

Classic Science Fiction space travel generation ship computer systems

Originally published in the anthology, DESOLATE PLACES, from Hadley Rille Books (Eric T. Reynolds, Editor), this science fiction story is an example of great parts that don't quite mesh perfectly. Still, good story with a good payoff.

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Glorious Madness

Published Jul 1, 2019 · 4,678 words (18 minutes) · 235 views

Fantasy Humor Romance steampunk magic swordplay

Donna Quick is mad. And her companion, Jane Smith, is a magician. This is perhaps my favorite story (I love them all but Jane Smith has a strong place in my heart). Have you read "Don Quixote"?

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Driving through the San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm as the Cranston fire dumps smoke on Mount San Jacinto.

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Til The Wildness Cried Aloud

Published May 21, 2019 · 2,936 words (11 minutes) · 255 views

Science Fiction SciFi ribofunk genetic manipulation

My first published story, this appeared in Say, Why Aren't We Crying? Paul DiFilippo labelled it 'ribofunk' in a kind review.

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Lion Yawn

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Feeding The Crows

Published May 12, 2019 · 5,975 words (22 minutes) · 1 like · 275 views

Fantasy Mystery

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Scene from Streets Of Laredo

Published Apr 12, 2019 · 310 words (2 minutes)

Fantasy Romance Don Quixote pastiche

My characters Jane Smith and Donna Quick were introduced in the short story, GLORIOUS MADNESS. They have unlimited potential as buddy adventurers and continuing the Don Quixote pastiche through all the chapters.

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Wind Turbines Paved Roads

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What Happens Next

Published Apr 11, 2019 · 560 words (3 minutes) · 262 views

Science Fiction alien abduction waitress

Accepted by Marsha Sisolak and published in Ideomancer in 2007, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT received a kind review in Tangent Online.

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Italian Restaurant

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In Living Color

Published Mar 21, 2019 · 245 words (1 minute) · 206 views

Fantasy

Published online but I don't have a note as to where. Yep, it's a pretty literal 'story' about our time in the hospital room.

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Notes From Interstellar Voyage Aquaria 51 Found In Abandoned Machinery

Published Mar 21, 2019 · 851 words (4 minutes) · 215 views

Science Fiction romance robots

Published by Freeze Frame Fiction in July 2014. Jim liked J. Alfred Prufrock more than I did.

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