Ryan Britt’s writing has been published with Nerve, Soon Quarterly, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, and is forthcoming in Opium Magazine. He has performed stories on stage in New York City with The Moth, The Liar Show, Stripped Stories, and Heeb Magazine. Ryan’s plays have enjoyed readings and productions in NYC with The Longest Lunch Theatre Company and Collective Unconscious, with a new play slated for summer 2010 at The Tank. Recently, he wrote weekly short stories for the blog Brooklyn The Borough. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Ryan Britt has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Sherlock Holmes & the Science Fiction of Deduction

NON-FICTION by Ryan Britt in Issue 50 – November 2010

Despite being brilliant, the great Sherlock Holmes is an ignoramus when it comes to the astronomical workings of the planets and stars. In the first Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet, he accosts Watson on the subject: “What the deuce is it to me? You say that we go round the sun. If we went […]

Stranger Than Science Fiction: Into the Alternate Dimension of Mainstream Literature

NON-FICTION by Ryan Britt in Issue 44 – May 2010

Sometimes I imagine a world where stories are experienced not by reading, listening or seeing, but are instead comprehended through telepathic signals sent directly from the stories themselves. Here stories are living, corporeal things, floating around in the air like butterflies, or humming birds, or bats. In one scenario, I am an unscrupulous story-poacher, sent […]