Posts Tagged "issue 32"

So Glad We Had This Time Together

by on Jan 3, 2012 in Short Fiction | 6 comments

By Cat Rambo JB: I’m submitting my resignation, effective immediately. * I can hear the distant hum of the building’s heart, the slow steps of a janitor cleaning its chambers with wafts of pine and ammonia, strong and harsh. I’ll track him down and kill him when I finish. Leave a message...

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Sweetheart Showdown

by on Jan 3, 2012 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Sarah Dalton The first skin graft wasn’t so bad. I came to under bright spotlights, watching Ma-lee’s tight face fade in and out of focus and catching vague blurs of pink lips. A morphine-induced merge of metal and skin nodding approvingly down at me in the hospital bed. “Does it look...

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The Prowl

by on Jan 3, 2012 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Gregory Frost Plateye: A ghost or spirit that can assume many shapes from animal to human to monster. Believed by some Gullah people to be the incarnation of spirits of dead pirates, killed to protect the location of buried treasure, the plateye is retributive and mischievous. It is...

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Writing About Rape

by on Jan 3, 2012 in Nonfiction | 52 comments

By Jim C. Hines So you’ve decided to add a rape scene to your story. After all, you’re writing a horror story, and what’s more horrific than rape? It’s the perfect way to show how evil your villain or monster really is, and everyone always says you have to start a story with action and...

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Interview with Gregory Frost

by on Jan 3, 2012 in Interviews | 0 comments

By Maggie Slater Gregory Frost has been a finalist for nearly every major industry award, from the Hugo and Nebula to the Theodore Sturgeon and James Tiptree Jr. awards. He’s published over half a dozen novels with Ace, Tor, and Del Ray Books, most recently his Lord Tophet duology,...

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