Cold Comfort, by Mario Milosevic

SFReader 2009 Story Contest First Place Winner One Ted thought the idea of freezing yourself against the possibility of being revived in some future date was, at best, a romp, at worst, a shameless waste of resources and perhaps the most arrogant action anyone could take. Indeed, the thought that some …

Dry Ice, by Samuel Mae

SFReader 2009 Story Contest Second Place Winner Four hours more to Simpton and five back to Porter. Jesse Matten had nothing ahead of him but hard, cold clay and nothing behind him but hard, cold clay. He turned the truck radio up loud–just because he was feeling reckless–and reached over into …