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Author Archives: Editor
18 Wheels of Science Fiction: A Long Haul into the Fantastic edited by Eric Miller (Big Time Books) Over the years, I’ve done a lot of driving. I’ve lived on a couple continents and done a fair amount of … Continue reading
Cathrin Hagey Grimm Brothers Ltd. Ball gown, robin’s egg blue with silver stars, patch-girl dress, matching head scarf, willow broom, silver hands, scarlet cloak, rusty kisses, shoulder-clasping bluebird, fresh sex-laced apple, ripe peach, wolf’s forked tongue, plump oozing frog, … Continue reading
Sara Backer At Last, Clarity The radiologist slaps the negative on the wall and shines light on my condition. I gaze into furling gray stripes meant to be my heart. No—it’s a larger mystery, a weave of light and … Continue reading
“Dowsing for Devils in Arkansas” by Tom Pawlowski I suppose I was lucky to be in Arkansas to witness that marvel of nature, the synchronous hatching of Magicicada, a breed of Cicadas that all hatch at the same … Continue reading
Katharyn Howd Machan He saw she didn’t mind the broken roses, the old chocolates scattered on the gold-rimmed plate. All was glitter here. All was gleam. The market had called her from an unknown place and her eyes … Continue reading
Joshua Gage Song of the Fisherman’s Wife This evening, when I peer out the screen at dusk, with the pink light of sun still caught in the spiral shell of the horizon’s clouds, I come undone. I whistle the … Continue reading
S. Blackthorn Riddle In Which One Partakes in Their Own Disappearance on the Eve of Halloween Soon I will slip into the time of apples And costumed creatures gathering under street lamps Counting the spoils of twilight’s bounty. Damp … Continue reading
Devin Miller The Fisherwoman and the Queen of Gulls I love a woman whose feet are stone-scarred on sharp-sheared beach granite. She cries with the gulls, is razor-tempered as a swan. Her hair is tangled, part feathers, part … Continue reading
Ann K. Schwader Red Waking (Olympus Mons) Our nightmares have turned seismic here beneath the shadow of this lost volcano raised above its planetary rivals. Grief of molten eons, layered myth explained by stalled tectonics occupy our lives in … Continue reading
Lost Signals of the Terran Republic (Beyond Terra Press) edited and developed by Charles E. Gannon Fans of the Caine Riordan/Terran Republic series will love this book. The interstitial material that connects the stories of various authors is a series … Continue reading