Posts Tagged "Issue 28"

Interview with Grá Linnaea, author of “Namasté Prime”

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Interviews | 0 comments

Interview by Stephanie Jacob SJ: Tether is a gritty, flawed character who has the ability to get under your skin. He is the kind of character that resonates with the reader and stays with them even after the story is told. Can you tell us about Tether’s development and what motivates...

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Interview with Betsy Phillips, author of “Frank”

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Interview by Stephanie Jacob SJ: When we first start reading “Frank” there is a sense of normalcy. But in a few paragraphs we are given our first indication that this story is far from normal. “I could drive on out of here and be so far gone by the time he got back he’d never be able to...

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And Cut Down a Moment Later

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Poetry | 1 comment

By Erik Amundsen Light creep down the stairs, each day, a different plan of attack each angle a different disposition the great face plate of the sun, a golden shield, but beneath it, beautiful robes that you never see. And in his hands a sickle and a scythe, the corn bends up to tickle...

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The Improbable, Inevitable Domestication of the Great Old Ones: HP Lovecraft’s Iconic Influence on 21st-Century Fantastic Literature and Culture

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

by John H. Stevens “Monsters are fabulous at getting our attention.” — Pamela Coles “Why are games about Cthulhu so much fun?” — Steve Jackson Games’ Cthulhu product website. In his introduction to The Strange Sound of Cthulhu: Music Inspired by...

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Gemphalon

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Elizabeth Engstrom The call came mid-sun. It was like a bell, or a chime, something Gemphalon had never heard before. He put down the piece of slate he’d chosen for the roof of his house and looked east. Desert wasteland stretched as far as his eyes could see, all the way to the...

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