Schrödinger's Mouse focuses on hard science fiction and science fiction exploring philosophical or ethical themes. Here you will find new and upcoming authors writing short stories in the genre personified by Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov in his Foundation Series, Phillip K. Dick in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (the basis of the movie Blade Runner), Robert Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land, and Gregory Benford among others.
Have you written an original piece of science fiction? If you have previously unpublished science fiction that you would like to have considered for publication contact us with the title of the piece, the approximate number of words in length, and a brief synopsis. We are accepting poetry, flash fiction, short stories, novellas and novels. Preference will be given to works that are representative of hard science fiction, characterized by scientific accuracy, or science fiction related to ethical dilemmas.