FROM THE INCREDIBLE WORLDS OF CONNIE WILLIS
In «Service for the Burial of the Dead,» a young woman mourning her lover comes upon a surprising funeral guest.
Biblical prophecies turn out to have unexpected meanings as the End Times approach in «Lost and Found.»
The dangers of ordering merchandise from the back pages of pulp magazines become apparent in «Mail-Order Clone.»
In «Blued Moon,» a young man uncovers a scientific property of coincidence—and falls in love.
As a tourist attraction, a total eclipse draws an even wider audience than (almost) anyone realizes in «And Come from Miles Around.»
In «Samaritan,» an enthusiastic young assistant pastor plunges the entire church hierarchy into a firestorm of controversy when she brings forward an orangutan to be baptized.
Parental abuse is all the rage in an institute of higher learning—for those who have no parents… and for those who have no children, in «All My Darling Daughters.»