Posts Tagged "issue 107"

Murders Fell from Our Wombs

by on Apr 17, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

Murders Fell from Our Wombs

NOVELETTE: “We’re just two ordinary girls in a city bludgeoned by its state, modernity submerged in technology stabbing the stars with pollution and nonsensical dreams.”

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Interview with Cover Artist Chase Henson

by on Apr 12, 2018 in Nonfiction, Slider | 0 comments

Interview with Cover Artist Chase Henson

INTERVIEW: Cover artist is Chase Henson is an independent fantasy artist living in Provo, Utah. Henson balances mythology with science fiction in unique ways, and shared with us his insight about what it means to create art.

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Between the Lines

by and on Apr 11, 2018 in Nonfiction, Slider | 0 comments

Between the Lines

COLUMN: What impacts might the rise of audiobooks (and resurgence of audio drama in general) have on the book industry?

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The Sharp Edges of Anger

by on Apr 10, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 3 comments

The Sharp Edges of Anger

SHORT FICTION: “Rose is ten when the blacksmith’s son pushes her into the river. She lands badly, rocks scraping her knees, tearing her palms. Her dress is cold and wet against her skin as she drags herself out of the water.”

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Clap Your Hands

by on Apr 3, 2018 in Short Fiction, Slider | 5 comments

Clap Your Hands

3,300 words Five knew two things about Brother Ted Gunderson: The man loved Jesus, and hated his own son. Five was never allowed to call him Father or Pa. Once Five was old enough to string the words together, Brother Ted Gunderson was Brother Ted Gunderson, and Five would catch a...

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