From Fictive Dream: Pickers by D.S. Levy. A garage sale brings back old memories for a woman unusually devoid of sentimentality.
Right, Colleen thought, just like the cow would match the purple moon hanging over their house.
From Jokes Review: …In Space! A new issue of the satirical magazine.
Will there be milk on your spacecraft? I hope so. I’m bringing some Ring Dings for a snack because I figure the tin foil wrapping will protect them from any cosmic rays we may encounter. (Message to Zargofarse The Third…)
From Okay Donkey: Ladybird, Ladybird by DeMisty Bellinger. A surreal story about a woman contemplating her life while eating a talking bird (maybe).
I imaging taking one of my chopsticks and turning it away from the deep-fried tofu and towards him. I see myself forcing its dull tip into his chest, breaking beyond errant bones and stringent skin, plunging through to his heart.
From The Drabble: Perfect Match by Amanda Quinn. The (very) short tale of a romance too good to be true.
Things moved fast, but never at yours.
From Write Ahead / The Future Looms: Handiwork by V.F. Thompson. Of hypercode constructs and domestic tensions.
Barley went quiet, staring at the galaxy that whirled beneath the missing tile.
From The Cheesesellers Wife: The Letter. A tribute to the author’s Great Grandfather, husband and soldier in the Boer War.
tells of the fury and terror of local thunderstorms
talks of photos and chocolate received
From Momus News: Technobabble Versus Technical Description by E. A. Wicklund. An insightful article for novice fiction writers.
Any topic, from rockets to magic to basket-weaving can have their technical aspects, using terms and concepts most people have never heard of. That doesn’t mean describing them is therefore technobabbling.