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Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #34 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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TQF34 features a series of terrific stories, an indulgent editorial, our first ever convention report, and a huge review section: twenty-two books, seven movies, three audio reviews, one comic and... More > one game. The cover is once again by the wonderful Howard Watts. Horror: “The Chapel on the Headland”, Rafe McGregor and “The Needs of the Dead”, Jon Vagg. Fantasy: “The Frog God’s Chosen”, Steve Cotterill and “The Free Dynamos and the Lone Island in the Sky”, Mike Phillips. Science fiction: “Of Kith and Kin”, Howard Watts; “Barney Wilson”, Kevin Bridges; “Glass Houses”, David Tallerman; and “Name the Planet”, Ross Gresham.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #34 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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TQF34 features a series of terrific stories, an indulgent editorial, our first ever convention report, and a huge review section: twenty-two books, seven movies, three audio reviews, one comic and... More > one game. The cover is once again by the wonderful Howard Watts. Horror: “The Chapel on the Headland”, Rafe McGregor and “The Needs of the Dead”, Jon Vagg. Fantasy: “The Frog God’s Chosen”, Steve Cotterill and “The Free Dynamos and the Lone Island in the Sky”, Mike Phillips. Science fiction: “Of Kith and Kin”, Howard Watts; “Barney Wilson”, Kevin Bridges; “Glass Houses”, David Tallerman; and “Name the Planet”, Ross Gresham.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #29 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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Here is TQF29, seven stories high. Douglas Thompson takes the lead, with the eerie and poetic "Madame Mortadore & the Clouds". "Foundling" by Nick Sansone follows a painter... More > through a troubled life foretold, while "Imaginary Prisons" by David Tallerman also has a good deal to say on the subject of prophecies. John Hall delivers the last of his forgotten stories to our horror section, "The Feaster from the Stars". Its final image is unforgettable. John Greenwood then lets us have it three times in the third eye, as Newton Braddell wends his hopeless way across the world.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #29 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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Here is TQF29, seven stories high. Douglas Thompson takes the lead, with the eerie and poetic "Madame Mortadore & the Clouds". "Foundling" by Nick Sansone follows a painter... More > through a troubled life foretold, while "Imaginary Prisons" by David Tallerman also has a good deal to say on the subject of prophecies. John Hall delivers the last of his forgotten stories to our horror section, "The Feaster from the Stars". Its final image is unforgettable. John Greenwood then lets us have it three times in the third eye, as Newton Braddell wends his hopeless way across the world.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #33 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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Perhaps the strangest ever issue of TQF! Our lead story is "NON", by Douglas Ogurek, a dizzying blur of new words, new fashions and new ideas, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as written... More > by Anthony Burgess. Steve Redwood's "Nose Trek" is the story of a nose that implodes upon itself, and the brave souls who go inside to investigate. What happens once the mass of mucus in a nostril has passed the Chandrasekhar limit? "Houseguest" by D. Harlan Wilson is as odd – and exciting – as anyone who's read his other work would expect, while "El Aullido del Diablo" by Dean M. Drinkel is so entertainingly barmy that I have to confess I'm not entirely sure what it's about, but I know I enjoyed it! "Bird Talk" by Mark Lord is almost incongruously normal, despite its mix of witches, clerics and boozy tramps. The cover is by the wonderful Howard Watts.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #33 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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Perhaps the strangest ever issue of TQF! Our lead story is "NON", by Douglas Ogurek, a dizzying blur of new words, new fashions and new ideas, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as written... More > by Anthony Burgess. Steve Redwood's "Nose Trek" is the story of a nose that implodes upon itself, and the brave souls who go inside to investigate. What happens once the mass of mucus in a nostril has passed the Chandrasekhar limit? "Houseguest" by D. Harlan Wilson is as odd – and exciting – as anyone who's read his other work would expect, while "El Aullido del Diablo" by Dean M. Drinkel is so entertainingly barmy that I have to confess I'm not entirely sure what it's about, but I know I enjoyed it! "Bird Talk" by Mark Lord is almost incongruously normal, despite its mix of witches, clerics and boozy tramps. The cover is by the wonderful Howard Watts.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #26 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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This issue of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction has one of our best ever covers, courtesy of the marvellous John Shanks. It shows the three kings doing battle with a demon on their way to Bethlehem. Eric... More > Lowther tells the story in "We Three Kings". In the last of our series of stories by Richard K. Lyon & Andrew J. Offutt, Tiana pays a visit to the "Inn of the White Cat". In John Greenwood's series that never ends, Newton Braddell experiences "The Cruellest Month". And then John Hall tells the chilling story of "The Burrower Beneath". In the last quarter of the issue we have reviews of the latest from PS Publishing, among others. It's a rather shorter issue than usual (we had to hold some material over to next time), but it's a very nice one. The editorial is a bit rubbish – I'm still working through my feelings about losing at NaNoWriMo, so you'll have to bear with me – but if you skip that bit you'll have a great time with TQF#26.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #26 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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This issue of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction has one of our best ever covers, courtesy of the marvellous John Shanks. It shows the three kings doing battle with a demon on their way to Bethlehem. Eric... More > Lowther tells the story in "We Three Kings". In the last of our series of stories by Richard K. Lyon & Andrew J. Offutt, Tiana pays a visit to the "Inn of the White Cat". In John Greenwood's series that never ends, Newton Braddell experiences "The Cruellest Month". And then John Hall tells the chilling story of "The Burrower Beneath". In the last quarter of the issue we have reviews of the latest from PS Publishing, among others. It's a rather shorter issue than usual (we had to hold some material over to next time), but it's a very nice one. The editorial is a bit rubbish – I'm still working through my feelings about losing at NaNoWriMo, so you'll have to bear with me – but if you skip that bit you'll have a great time with TQF#26.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #31 By Stephen Theaker & John Greenwood
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If you've had a good Christmas, it's about to get better! If you've had a bad one, here is its saving grace! In Theaker's 31 we've got eight terrific stories and nineteen reviews. We have fantasy... More > from Zachary Jernigan and Heather Anastasiu, horror from Alex Smith and David M. Kinne, science fiction from Alison J. Littlewood, David Tallerman, Glynn Barrass and John Greenwood, though as ever these labels are applied somewhat loosely! The marvellous cover is by Howard Watts, while Douglas Ogurek and Rafe McGregor supply reviews.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #22 By SW Theaker & JB Greenwood (Editors)
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Issue twenty-two of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction is one of our best yet (I know, I say that every time). From Mike Schultheiss we have "Darwin's Corridor", a rousing tale of action,... More > colonialism, love, anthropology and philosophy on a far-off planet. Though I've enjoyed everything I've published in this magazine, this one probably comes closest so far to being exactly the kind of thing we're looking for. Then we have “The Spirits of ’26”, by Robert Laughlin, a Silverberg-esque story of ambition, dedication and calamity. Sam Leng returns to our pages with “A Matter of Taste”, another short, sharp tap on the shoulder, and Richard K Lyon and Andrew J Offut supply another in their series of Tiana adventures. John Greenwood describes the next events in the unfortunate life of Newton Braddell, researcher unextraordinary.< Less

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