Author name: Geordie Morse

MetaStellar fiction editor Geordie Morse works primarily as a personal language coach, developing curricula and working with clients remotely. His first book, Renna's Crossing, is out now. His various other projects are cataloged on his site Arnamantle.

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Fall 2022 Call for Submissions Opens October 1st

Reading Time: 2 minutes The fall 2022 submission cycle for original speculative fiction begins on October 1 and closes at midnight on October 31. We’re looking for your best enthralling, imaginative, or bone-chilling original fiction stories, as long as they’re 1,200 words or fewer. Please visit our flash fiction submission page for full details and the online submission form. …

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Renna’s Crossing

Reading Time: 25 minutes The first part of a contemporary fantasy story for young and new adults. Sixteen-year-old Renna Porter and Job, her mysterious tutor in witchcraft, race to a magical sanctuary deep in the Adirondacks, pursued by a demon hunting down the last of Renna’s bloodline.

Spring submission winners announced

Reading Time: 6 minutes The results of MetaStellar’s first submission cycle of 2021 are in, and we at MetaStellar are thrilled to announce the success of our second original fiction submission cycle.

Roll for Narrative: An Interview with Spencer Campbell, Making Sci-Fi Playable on Your Table

Reading Time: 11 minutes I sat down digitally with Spencer Campbell of Gila RPGs to talk about his new tabletop roleplaying game FRAME, currently gearing up for a Kickstarter campaign later this month. I wanted to learn where the game’s concept came from and how Spencer drew upon the sci fi genre to build a speculative fiction narrative within the medium of a roleplaying game.