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Issue 4-Fantasy Edition By Miracle e-zine
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Founded in June 2012, Miracle e-zine, is a literary and art magazine. It is a bi-monthly magazine for and by writers and publishes works by emerging/ established writers from around the world. It... More > seeks submissions in poetry, short-fiction, prose, non-fiction, author interviews, book reviews and art/photography. It mainly aims at promoting works by young writers and artists. If you write, then this the place that is going to shine your talent, no matter from where you belong.< Less
Poetry Fantastic Issue 1 By Various
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Poetry Fantastic is a magazine that reprints classic speculative poems, speculative stories, essays, and much much more.
Poetry Fantastic Issue 1 By Various
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Poetry Fantastic is a magazine that reprints classic speculative poems, speculative stories, essays, and much much more.
The Sword Review Issue 22 By Jaime Lee Moyer et al.
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January 2007, Issue 22—In this issue: "Superlight, Part Three" by Steve Stanton; "For Love" by Jaime Lee Moyer; "Common cause" and "Flash frozen" by... More > Richard Magahiz; "A Young Man Staring Out the Windows" by Mark Allan Gunnells; "The Path of Pebbles" by John Kuhn; "The Good Servants" by Charles Kyffhausen. Cover: "Dragon Egg" by L. S. King. ISSN: 1556-5416< Less
Scifantastic Issue 2 By Scifantastic Magazine
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Scifantastic is an innovative new U.K. magazine that publishes eclectic and eccentric sf/f and horror. Tucked next to dark, human-condition-exploring horror sparkles some seriously upbeat scifi,... More > fantastical and urban fantasy, plus an electric mix of art, comics, artists, interviews, faction, and competitions. Fiction: Engelwurger - SJ O'Donnell, Killing Gloria - Lee Moan, Amiculus Homunculus - Gary McMahon, To Tell One's Wrath - John B. Rosenman, Botman - Philip Lees, Ancient History - Greg Schwartz, The Tale of Mickey Noone - Co McPhee, True Believer - Edward Morris, Recreation - Damien Walter, The Ghost of You - John Peace. Poetry: Banshee Woman - Agnes Meadows.< Less
The Sword Review Issue 24 By John Kuhn et al.
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March 2007, Issue 24—In this issue: "Superlight, Part Five" by Steve Stanton; Superlight, Part Five; "Dreams of Starlight" by David C. Kopaska-Merkel; "Winged... More > Words" by Lindsey Duncan; "Modulation" by John Kuhn; "Hospitality" by Justin R. Lawfer; "A Wine, Red Silence" by George L. Duncan; "Mother of Dragons" by Tessa Moriah Edwards. Cover: " SwordMaster " by E. J. Mickels. ISSN: 1556-5416< Less
The Sword Review Issue 23 By Mirta Ana Schultz et al.
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February 2007, Issue 23—In this issue: "Superlight, Part Four" by Steve ; "The Launch of Red Spot, Jr." by Deborah P Kolodji; "Ruins" by John Kuhn; "City of... More > Imaginary Friends" by Karen A. Romanko; "Waiting for Appa" by Mirta Ana Schultz; "Winter Branches" by Jane Lebak; "The Blue Flower" by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt; "Natural Selection" by Mike Simon. Cover: "Black Pegasus" by Michelle J.A. McIntyre. ISSN: 1556-5416< Less
The Sword Review Issue 25 By Jamie Lee Moyer et al.
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April 2007, Issue 25—In this issue: "Superlight, Part Six" by Steve Stanton; "While the Wyverns Watch" by Dean F. Wilson; "Sarah's Stone" by Joan L. Savage;... More > "Leviathan, rising" by David C. Kopaska-Merkel; "About Leviathan" by David C. Kopaska-Merkel; "Polar Daughter" by Sharon Irwin; "ME Control" by G. K. Werner; "Wings" by Jamie Lee Moyer. Cover: "Black Sheep Dragon " by Melinda S. Reynolds. ISSN: 1556-5416< Less
Semaphore - Issue Five By Marie Hodgkinson
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This fifth issue of Semaphroe Magazine contains short stories by Stuart Sharp, Lance Young, S. Arthur Yates, and James Trimarco, as well as a poem by Joseph Reich.
Cloudrag, issue one By Jeffrey Diteman
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Cloudrag accepts shortish (1 - 15 pages) works of exceeding brilliance, dazzling spontaneity, cunningly audacious insurrection and mind-altering cosmopolitical noise in both lyrical and prose forms.... More > Cloudrag will swallow your baby if your baby is sufficiently nutritious and succulent, i.e., uninformative or bland works will be spit back into the torpid pond from whence they lurched. Cloudrag is not interested in fanfic, genre fiction (sci-fi/fantasy/romance), poetry about writing poetry while smoking cigarettes on a rainy day with an estranged lover's postcard near at hand, or other acts of general triteness. Cloudrag is interested in the thrill and uniqueness of the documented life, tales of adventure, tragedy and debauchery, pertinent and fascinating journalism, and graphic works displaying skill and flavor.< Less