Tagged: Fiction

Antares Fiction: Fall from grace, by Adam Murton

Adam Murton (aka Vardos Cadix) has his own Antares fiction blog where he has a number of continuing stories.  We’re delighted he was inspired by the new panhuman heads for the Concord…

Antares Fiction: The Hükk Hunts – part 2

The Hükk Hunts What do Hükk do? Part 2, Antares fiction by Tim Bancroft. Ban Stass wiped his hands down the front of his coveralls. The hold stank – whether…

Antares Fiction: The Hükk Hunts – part 1

The Hükk Hunts What do Hükk do? Part 1, Antares fiction by Tim Bancroft. ‘I don’t like it.’ Fen Mahr tapped the table with a fingernail. ‘He may be insulted.’…

Heads up! – Chryseis Short fiction

Heads up: Baray meets a Mandarin Chryseis ‘Beyond the Gates of Antares’ short fiction by Tim Bancroft Dated some time while after ‘The Claiming of Shamasai’,  ‘Batu and the SITAI’….

Antares Fiction: In To Darkness, The Belly of the Beast – by Andrew William Tinney

Continued from part 2: Squad Kale Part 2 A maelstrom of ash engulfed them. Kale’s visor flickered with static as the tunnel entrance cascaded down, shutting them off from the…

Antares Fiction: In To Darkness Pt 2 by Andrew William Tinney

Continued from part 1: Read Part 1   Kale “Open fire!” Her squad regrouped and sent a volley into the new enemy. The ambush had downed two of her squad…

Antares Fiction: In To Darkness Pt 1 by Andrew William Tinney

Kale Radiation. The whole planet was saturated in it. Vegetation had turned brown and wilted, the primitive cement blocks of outmoded settlements were corroded, and vast fields that once produced…

Antares Fiction – ‘Epilogue’ by Tim Bancroft

Soft light; gentle sounds of breakers on a nearby shore; a musty, slightly spicey smell. He opened his eyes to see a smile, dark eyes. ‘Baray.’ ‘Welcome home, sire.’ ‘Where…

Antares Fiction – Pyrrhic Success by Tim Bancroft

The rapid stuttering of distant lugger gun fire coincided with the tuneful roar of plasma grenades sending pillars of dust and rock into the air. Shaltok grunted in appreciation. The…