In an alternate universe where the :CueCat became a success and this absurd device became essential for everyday life, replacing the written word with diagonal barcodes, the inventor of the QR code goes on the run to protect her invention from the Barcode Hegemony and ushers the Information Age into the second dimension.
Two Quantum Leapers find themselves in pre-BCE England; unwilling to admit their true origin to each other they try to set right what once went wrong, unaware that they are, in face, what it is that went wrong.
Kenneth, a college DM accidentally transports himself to a world where those precious few fertile males are little more than valuable but mindless studs, where his encyclopedic nerdery is mistaken for the lost art of sorcery.
Worlds collide as quantums and franchises entangle: it's Open Day at the Library! Stalwart, if bewildered, Yours Trulies face the challenge of a real live audience with the same courage and determination as the heroes of this week's unlikely 'book'...
Deep behind enemy lines, Blake Whitecock has to rely on unexpected friends when his wits and the fantastic gadgets of Q-division fail him, to vanquish his implacable enemies as the war heats up, in the stunning 25th-hebdomodariversary sequel to WASP.
The day after his daughter's wedding, having waved her off to her honeymoon cruise, retired artist Arthur Robinson sits alone in the park and finally eats the last lunch his late husband made for him...
...utterly soaked in LSD.
With Solar Systems as their playing fields, hotshot rocket-jockeys knock big ol' rocks around gravity wells and planetary orbits, risking life and limb and continental devastation in hopes of slingshotting to intergalactic fame.
Lucky Starr is an up-and-coming reporter embedded with the Pirates to record their meteoric rise, and discovers she has more in common with them than she would ever have suspected.
Ayurvedic space hippies think they found the perfect gig, unaware that they're being exploited by scheming planetary real-estate developers — and the very wildlife they think they're protecting...
“Destiny and the Dolphins“, by Roy Meyers
Boom-Shankar, dear readers-at-home, let's have ourselves a good old-fashioned beach sesh!
Make love, not peace.
A country crawfish boil, a brandy glass full of brown M&M's, a record deal with fine print and before you know it a small-town band's dreams are blown way out of proportion.
Count the toes and the dildos: the rise, fall and resurrection of Swomp Thang.
In a post-prude universe, a progressive scientist finds herself challenged by outmoded yet newfangled notions of propriety and we happily skate through our incomprehensive/ble knowledge of European sexual liberation.