Stewart C Baker

Stewart C Baker is an academic librarian, speculative fiction writer, and occasional haikuist. His fiction has appeared in Writers of the Future, Nature, Galaxy’s Edge, and Flash Fiction Online, among other places. Stewart was born in England, has lived in South Carolina, Japan, and California (in that order), and currently resides in Oregon with his family­­—although if anyone asks, he’ll usually say he’s from the Internet. You can find him at infomancy.net or on Twitter and Facebook as @stewartcbaker


Stories

short story

Stewart C Baker

The View from Driftwise Spindle

5604 words (21 minutes)

Science Fiction

November, 2065 - Gayatri The plural for meeting, thought Gayatri, ought to be headache. And even for a surface ...

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short story

Stewart C Baker

Fugue in a Minor Key

5748 words (21 minutes)

Science Fiction

What they do is sit me in a folding chair in a white-walled room with a single fluorescent bulb on the ceiling. ...

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short story

Stewart C Baker

Just Another Night at the Abandoned Draft Bar and Grill

1648 words (6 minutes)

HumorScience Fiction

This was, by Alexandra's count, the sixty-seventh time she had been tortured, murdered, hacked to pieces, and sh...

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flash fiction

Stewart C Baker

The Thing about Heisenball

983 words (4 minutes)

LoveScience Fiction

"The thing about Heisenball," Paulie tells me with a grin on their face, "is that you can't win.  But you can't ...

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short story

Stewart C Baker

Images across a Shattered Sea

3536 words (13 minutes)

Science Fiction

The air on the cliffs above the Shattered Sea was hot as a furnace and twice as dry. Still, Driss couldn't suppr...

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