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OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #9 By Seth Crossman et al.
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This is the ninth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Steven Mathes “Twisted Computing” a simple leap in... More > technology tears a family apart. David Tallerman’s “The Other Ten Thousand” demonstrates the best way to defeat a dragon. In Lawrence Dagstine’s “Black Swan” feel the terror of being on the edge of space and falling off. Also included is poetry by Elizabeth Barrette.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #10 By A.R. Stone et al.
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This is the tenth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In A.R. Stone’s “Ice Queen” a boy is revived in a... More > future where the frozen are treated like the dead. In Joanne Hall’s “The Ship-Breaker’s Daughter,” a young girl struggles with her seductive power. Also included is poetry by Mari Ness.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #11 By Gary Wedlund et al.
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This is the eleventh issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Eric Del Carlo’s “The Herd,” storms ravage the... More > land and man’s humanity. In Bruce Golden’s “Out of His League,” an otherworldly team is disappointed by the demotion of one its members. In Gary Wedlund’s “The Art of Avoiding Projectiles,” a bullet in space means death, and that’s not always an easy thing to deal with. Also included is poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim and an interview with fantasy’s most celebrated newcomer, Patrick Rothfuss.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #13 By Irene Pynn et al.
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This is the thirteenth issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. It is a special poetry issue packed with great poetry by Marge Simon, Matt... More > Betts, and Sabrina Naples. As for the stories, it is time for a visit to God in “God Corp.” by Irene Pynn. In Rabia Gale’s “Out of Shape,” a man must learn who he really is to escape death at the hands of shadow men.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #15 By Camille Alexa et al.
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This is the fifteenth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Matthew Kressel’s “Different Spheres” a man... More > struggles with his pristine existence after hearing a soft voice that whispers of a different kind of life. In David Tallerman’s “The Ascension of DeepRED” everything is controlled by DeepRed, even a man’s income and his desire to be rich. Visit Yuumaku and his engineered prostitutes in J.F. Peterson’s “Cathouse Girls” where temptation tests every man. Also included is poetry by Camille Alexa.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #16 By Alex Moisi et al.
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This is the sixteenth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Richard Levine’s “A Floccinaucinihilipilificatious... More > Life” a different kind of life is developing in the cold of Antarctica. In “Not With A Bang,” by D. Krauss, an unfortunate discovery has been made about the human genome. One man finds his life’s purpose when there is nothing left in Alex Moisi’s “The Gods’ Blade.” Also included is poetry by John Grey.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #19 By G.O. Clark et al.
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This is the nineteenth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Brian Trent’s “The Theseus Woman” technology... More > allows a man to reconstruct his lost wife. Walter Giersbach’s “Who Dares Call It Murder?” is a murder mystery with several twists. William Todd Rose’s “Day of The Sentient” reveals a robot in lament over its sad state of disrepair. This issue also features an interview with bestselling author Tad Williams and his wife Deborah Beale. Also included is poetry by G.O. Clark.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #12 By John Grey et al.
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This is the twelfth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. It is a special double issue packed with great reading. In Kurt... More > Kirchmeir’s “Lucidity,” a man loses the very thing he pursues. In James Steimle’s “Subtle Passage,” a single step can have disastrous consequences. Bob Friedman’s “Confessions of a Chronovore,” tells us why time passes so quickly when we are having fun. “Innocent Kisses,” by Ed Kratz, brings a fairy tale into unsettling focus. And Justin Firestone’s “Gnothi Seauton,” speaks of a man..all alone. Also included is poetry by John Grey and LB Sedlacek. < Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #19 By G.O. Clark et al.
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This is the nineteenth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Brian Trent’s “The Theseus Woman” technology... More > allows a man to reconstruct his lost wife. Walter Giersbach’s “Who Dares Call It Murder?” is a murder mystery with several twists. William Todd Rose’s “Day of The Sentient” reveals a robot in lament over its sad state of disrepair. This issue also features an interview with bestselling author Tad Williams and his wife Deborah Beale. Also included is poetry by G.O. Clark.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #12 By Kurt Kirchmeier et al.
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This is the twelfth issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. It is a special double issue packed with great reading. In Kurt... More > Kirchmeir’s “Lucidity,” a man loses the very thing he pursues. In James Steimle’s “Subtle Passage,” a single step can have disastrous consequences. Bob Friedman’s “Confessions of a Chronovore,” tells us why time passes so quickly when we are having fun. “Innocent Kisses,” by Ed Kratz, brings a fairy tale into unsettling focus. And Justin Firestone’s “Gnothi Seauton,” speaks of a man..all alone. Also included is poetry by John Grey and LB Sedlacek.< Less

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