Posts Tagged "issue 7"

Interview with Genevieve Valentine author of “Wondrous Days”

by on Jan 26, 2010 in Interviews | 0 comments

Interview by Stephanie Jacob The genre of Post Apocalyptic fiction has had a resurgence of popularity in recent years.  Thematically, many of your short stories fall in this realm.  What do you feel is fueling this resurgence? I think both apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction throw...

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Wondrous Days

by on Jan 4, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Genevieve Valentine This story is part of our special Mayan Apocalypse issue! “We should make a map,” she says. “Just to keep track of things.” I keep my mouth shut, try not to look at her. * * * We live in a sooty half-dawn that never wakes. Nights are so dark it’s better not to...

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2012: The Good, the Bad, and the Apocalyptic

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By Dr. Amy H. Sturgis This essay is part of our special Mayan Apocalypse issue! Few if any end-of-the-world scenarios can claim a longer history; none has more diverse roots. Depending on where you look, you may find prophecies about 2012 linked to everyone from the ancient Maya,...

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White Christmas

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By James F. Reilly This story is part of our special Mayan Apocalypse issue! 1 “We should probably stop, no?” Margot pointed at the glowing sign of a general store up ahead. “I feel funny just showing up empty handed.” Billy shook his head and squinted into the swirling snow. “It’s only...

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