❂ The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2018 kindle Epub ❆ Author C.C. Finlay – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2018 NOVELLASLikho Andy StewartNOVELETSThe Satyr Of Brandenburg Charlotte AshleyDeep Sea Fish Chi HuiHideous Flowerpots Susan PalwickA Dog Of Wu Ted RabinowitzSHORT STORIESThe Next To The Last Of The Mohegans Joseph BruchacThe Beast From Below William LedbetterA Swim And A Crawl Marc LaidlawThe Harmonic Resonance Of Ejiro Anaborhi Wole TalabiDown Where Sound Comes Blunt G.V AndersonPOEMSAfter The Wolf Jeff CrandallDiaspora Mary Soon LeeDEPARTMENTSBooks To Look For Charles De LintMusing On Books Michelle WestPlumage From Pegasus The Varley Corps Wants You Paul Di FilippoScience Naked Eye Astronomy Jerry OltionFilms The Shape Of Things Coming Soon David J SkalComing Attractions Curiosities Robert EldridgeCARTOONSArthur Masear, Arthur Masear, S Harris, S Harris,Danny Shanahan, Bill Long, Kendra Allenby.COVERCory And Catska Ench For The Satyr Of Brandenburg

10 thoughts on “The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2018

  1. says:

    I enjoyed every piece in the collection, perhaps my favorite of the nine issues I ve read I found some new writers I like.Runners Up Deep Sea Fish, Chi Hui A beautiful story, reminded me of a literary, philosophical type anime It has a message in the plot, set in a unique and unsettling world.Hideous Flowerpots, Susa

  2. says:

    Good issue, with numerous stand out pieces Novella Likho by Andy Stewart, a fantastic, creepy tale set around the ruins of Chernobyl Novelet The Satyr of Brandenburg by Charlotte Ashley, a fresh historical setting with fun characters Novelet Deep Sea Fish by Chi Hui, my favorite of the batch Classic sci fi kind of tale with re

  3. says:

    Enough good stories to make issue worthwhile Likho by Andy StewartEngaging adventure story as woman hires guide for illegal trip into the Chernobyl contamination zone, following rumors of ghost children who were left behind in the evacuation Add conflicting Orange Revolutionaries and secret government laboratories, and a touch of the su

  4. says:

    So much good horrific fiction here LOVED the violence and horror and heartbreak of Hideous Flowerpots by Susan Palwick read the Junji Ito esque fable freakout A Swim and a Crawl by Mark Laidlaw twice still spooked by the unfriendly freshwater mermaids of Down Where Sound Comes Blunt by G.V Anderson mind body singularity in revolutionary Nigeria b

  5. says:

    An above average issue, with interesting stories by Charlotte Ashley, Ted Rabinowitz and G.V Anderson The Satyr of Brandenburg by Charlotte Ashley an interesting tale set in historical France with supernatural elements A competition of duels is called but one of the participants is an unusual Satyr who would appear to have no sword skills but has the skill

  6. says:

    This issue has several very good stories by new or almost new authors.Charlotte Ashley The Satyr of Brandenburg 3 stars Sword and sorcery and women warriors This story just didn t excite me.Chi Hui Deep Sea Fish 4 stars Future archaeology, studying alien structures on the moon and on Titan Well written but a bit sparse.Joseph Bruchac The Next to the Last of the Mohe

  7. says:

    A really solid edition Some of the stories were lighter entertainment A couple standouts for me were Deep Sea Fish by Chi Hui, Likho by Andy Stewart, and Down Where Sound Comes Blunt by G V Anderson.

  8. says:

    7 The Satyr of Brandenburg 24 pages by Charlotte Ashley Very Good Good La Heron has made her way to Castillo de Vico Zonza in hopes of finding a way for Alex to be released from her service While she sends Alex to party with the nobles Heron is in a contest with a hefty purse for the winner To her dismay the Satyr of Brandenberg is there He cheats, he enchants his foes into eliminating

  9. says:

    Some jarringly fun short stories with such a great variety Highly recommend these

  10. says:

    From Titan, to Chernobyl, to Nigeria, the stories in this issue of FSF are varied in setting and mood, ranging from space faring science fiction to eighteenth century fantasy I like the variety, as per usual, and thought this a particularly strong issue The Satyr of Brandenberg, a fine novelet by Charlotte Ashley, left me wanting to read about the characters adventures Chi Hui s story, Deep Sea Fish, tra

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