JUNE 2020


The Artemis

by Stephen C. Curro

Four engines propel the Artemis

Through fair and crystal skies
Between clouds thick like boulders
Above green earth and turquoise seas
A hull of steel and steam and hope
With cannons held in strict reserve
Her crew guides her with passionate vision
In the spirit of filling blank pages
Just for the sake of filling them




Hailing from Windsor, Colorado, Stephen C. Curro has published and forthcoming work from Daily Science Fiction, 365tomorrows and Scifaikuest, among others.  When he's not writing, he works as a middle school paraprofessional, volunteers for the animal advocacy group Taproot Guru, and watches "bad" science fiction movies with family and friends.

Non-fiction by Stephen C. Curro:

"Move Past the Speeches" October 2020

Poetry by Stephen C. Curro:

"The Artemis" June 2020