Archive for August 2011

interview by Joe Vaz

I had the initial story concept bouncing around for awhile and I wanted to experiment with a story written in a severely limited format. So the concept was married to a single short letter and accompanying incomplete court transcriptions.

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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by Ivor W. Hartmann

John James Rote was a forgettable, quiet man. Later, when people had occasion to talk about him, at the very least they could all agree on that. He was the kind of man that was never, affectionately or otherwise, nicknamed. As a schoolchild, he was the one they always put in the outfield, or on the far boundary. There he would idle away the game by staring at passing clouds, or watching the progress of a nearby ants’ nest. His grades were never bad but never great either..

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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Cover Art by Pierre Smit

Pierre Smit

just imagine a guy drawing it, loving it, doubting it, frustrated, finishing it, liking it, but eyeing it suspiciously for unseen errors and hindsights and for trees instead of forests..

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by Joe Vaz

We have some awesome fiction for you this month, starting off on the 4th of August with "The Devil’s Advocate" by Ivor W. Hartmann. This is followed on the 11th of August with "Happiest Amongst Mortals" by Glen Damien Campbell. On the 18th we have "No Longer Alone" by Brian Kirk. And we close off the issue on the 25th of August with a novelette by M. Scott Carter about "The Bayside Incident".

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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