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2019 Awards Eligible

Issue 69:  1st Quarter 2019 FICTION “Projections Do Not Guarantee Future Returns” by by Marc Singer“Exactly What You Need” by Brandon Crilly“Along the Road to Giants” by Emily McCosh“Adrift” by Wayne Martin FLASH FICTION “The Roots that Roam” by Joy Kennedy-O’Neill“Cold Currents” by M. … Continue reading

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Eclipsed Seasons

“Eclipsed Seasons” by Jamie Mason I left part of myself back in the war. We have all lost ourselves at one time or another and been forced to crawl into a dark place to find it again. Whether the darkness … Continue reading

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Archives 2019

Issue 69:  1st Quarter 2019 EDITORIALAnnd… They’re Gone. by Wendy S. Delmater FICTION “Projections Do Not Guarantee Future Returns” by Marc Singer“Exactly What You Need” by Brandon Crilly“Along the Road to Giants” by Emily McCosh“Adrift” by Wayne Martin FLASH FICTION “The … Continue reading

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Guest Editorial: To Russia, With Apologies

(A&A Author Jamie Mason needed a signal boost of his apology to various governments. Posting it here was the least we could do. – Ed.) “IT’S NOT MINE!” Reflections from the cultural echo chamber by Jamie Mason Like all catastrophes, … Continue reading

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A&A’s Global Community

One of the benefits of being an online magazine, published in English, is that we have a global reach throughout the English- speaking world. Allow me to share a few examples.   Abyss & Apex has international authors. Aliette DeBodard, … Continue reading

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Abyss and Apex:2010

Issue #33: 1st Quarter 2010   EDITORIAL: •   On Writing Other Genders by Wendy S. Delmater SHORT FICTION: •   How We Fly by Lisa A. Koosis •   The Tortuous Path by Bud Sparhawk •   Deutoroi by Sam Henderson •   Night Of The Manticore by Tony … Continue reading

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Abyss & Apex : Third Quarter 2010: Invention

Invention by Jamie Mason   FROM: Betsy Campbell grandma@campbellconstruction.com TO: Bill Campbell bill@campbellconstruction.com DATE: 26 October 2077 21:01:52 hrs. SUBJ: hello The robot guarding the office trailer poked his head in to ask if I needed anything. I have my … Continue reading

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