Found 3 works tagged 'genetic modification'.
Published Jun 28, 2020 · 5,651 words (21 minutes) · 173 views
Robert J. Sawyer, in a science-fiction writing class I took at the Banff Centre, had us write, in five minutes, the opening to a story one morning. Those few lines became this short story, which in turn became Marseguro, my second novel for DAW Books, winner of Canada's top science-fiction award, the Aurora, for Best Long-Form Work in English in 2009.
Published Mar 3, 2020 · 3,599 words (14 minutes) · 4 likes · 867 views
150 years in the ice and radiation of Jupiter’s moon has left a small community irrevocably changed—right down to their DNA. When a probe from a space station drops out of the sky with an offer of “rescue,” Vlad and his wife Marie have a difficult (and life-altering) choice to make.
Author Elinor Caiman Sands lives and writes in the UK. Her work has appeared in the Defying Doomsday anthology, Cosmos Online, and the Strange Bedfellows Anthology of Political Science Fiction.
Published Mar 3, 2020 · 3,444 words (13 minutes) · 324 views
An apparently rich and privileged young man is sent by his industrialist father to deal with a potentially explosive labour strike on an Io mining colony. The miners are strange, troll-like, radiation-adapted beings who most people dismiss as barely human. The young man nevertheless agrees to meet with their leader and ultimately comes to question whose side he's on, the miners' or his father's? Originally published in Strange Bedfellows: An Anthology of Political Science Fiction.