Pamela Zoline's "The Heat Death of The Universe" (short story, non-genre, humor, free): A lighthearted description of a day in a woman's life
No great message or technology here, just a lot of smiles. And it's written in an unconventional format that made me futilely expect return to normalcy early in the story; but that's a feature.
Except for bizarre last para, it tells us of what a certain Sarah Boyle - married with an uncertain number of children, did during a certain day that also happened to be the birthday of one of her kids. And it tells the ordinary in a way that made me smile often.
Fact sheet.First published: New Worlds, July 1967.
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Included in Ellen Datlow's Sci Fiction classics.