All stories and comics published on Tor.com including reprints, originals, and excerpts.

October 22 2014

The Hero and the Crown (Excerpt)

Robin McKinley
excerpts
October 22 2014

Child of Earth (Excerpt)

David Gerrold
excerpts
October 22 2014

This Chance Planet

We are alone, except for the dog.
prose
October 20 2014

Willful Child (Excerpt)

Steven Erikson
excerpts
excerpts
October 15 2014

The Accidental Highwayman (Audio Excerpt)

Ben Tripp
prose
October 15 2014

Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza

A Wild Cards story.
excerpts
October 14 2014

The Heart Does Not Grow Back (Excerpt)

Fred Venturini
prose
October 14 2014

The Girl in the High Tower

A Crewel story.
excerpts
October 9 2014

Young Woman in a Garden (Excerpt)

Delia Sherman
excerpts
October 8 2014

Champion of the Scarlet Wolf (Excerpt)

Ginn Hale
excerpts
October 8 2014

Prophecies, Libels & Dreams (Excerpt)

Ysabeau S. Wilce
prose
October 8 2014

Mrs. Sorensen and the Sasquatch

An unconventional romance.
excerpts
October 7 2014

An English Ghost Story (Excerpt)

Kim Newman
excerpts
October 6 2014

The Wilds (Excerpt)

Julia Elliott
excerpts
October 6 2014

Dangerous Women: “Virgins” (Excerpt)

Diana Gabaldon
excerpts
October 3 2014

Dreamer’s Pool (Excerpt)

Juliet Marillier
excerpts
October 2 2014

City of Stairs (Excerpt)

Robert Jackson Bennett
prose
October 1 2014

Daughter of Necessity

By day she crafts; by night she unmakes. Surely somewhere, in all the myriad crossings of the threads, there is a future in which all will be well. Marie Brennan offers an intriguing new spin on a classic tale.
comics
September 30 2014

Con/Game

Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang
excerpts
September 29 2014

The Brothers Cabal (Excerpt)

Jonathan L. Howard
excerpts
September 26 2014

The Tree of Water (Excerpt)

Elizabeth Haydon
excerpts
September 26 2014

Retribution (Excerpt)

Mark Charan Newton
excerpts
September 24 2014

Loop (Excerpt)

Karen Akins
prose
September 24 2014

Midway Relics and Dying Breeds

The trouble with wanting to do the right thing is that frequently the right thing today is the wrong thing for tomorrow, or the wrong thing for the people who are standing between you and your perfect, platonic future. The wild was the wrong place for our elephant, just like the recycler was the wrong place for Billie, and the cities were the wrong place for me. A tale of bioengineering, a carnival, and the cost of finding one’s right place.
excerpts
September 23 2014

The Black Stars (Excerpt)

Dan Krokos