Satellites: a science fiction anthology is a collection of eleven disconnected stories, linked only by a shared premise. Featuring a roster of local and international talent, the writers and artists respond to the demand for unity in the face of tragedy across a range of genres from comedy to horror. Exploring loss and letting go, the importance of our history – the good and the bad – and the need for community … these themes and more become crucial touchpoints for characters, and creators, navigating the path toward an uncertain future.
The Real You by Tom Leveen & Kira Tucker
Two people unable to say goodbye try to hold onto what little is left as they hurtle through space, after leaving behind a desolated Earth.
Retriever by Brendan Halyday & Haydn Spurrell
A couple finds themselves stranded on an empty planet after their vessel malfunctions. But not everything is as it seems…
Voices in the Dark by Ben Humeniuk
As a flotilla of ships sets its course for a new, habitable planet, Josiah is tasked with interviewing an aging woman living on a former mining ship in order to document the history of the human race.
Wisdom Voids Warranty by Peter Wilson
A couple pays good money for an appliance that’s gone and developed sentience – and, with it, lost the desire to do any work.
Descent by Haydn Spurrell & Ben Sullivan
A couple ventures into the remains of a long-dead civilisation in search of their missing daughter.
Vitam æternam by Ken Best & Liam Merrick
In a future where mortality is no longer of concern, a young doctor discovers the cost, and may find his true calling.
Promise by Rob Lisle & Haydn Spurrell
An astronaut investigates a wreckage on an alien planet in search of a lost loved one.
The Memory of August by Erin Keepers & Grace Stuart
An introspective on the loss of place and memory, and their preservation through the stories we share.
Archaic by Jessica Lewis & Lauren Tan
At the moment of destruction, we’ve discovered how to respond.
The Dying Tree by Bryony May & Haydn Spurrell
In desperate need of resources, the fleeing members of the human race resort to an age-old practice.
Playground by John Lawry & Haydn Spurrell, first appearing in Legion 2.
A mother and her child escape from a facility, only to find themselves trapped inside the playground.
Leigh Chalker –
This is pure goodness