Here you will find the last three month's of Sam's Dot releases.
Cosmic Crime Stories is a biannual digest of science fiction and fantasy crimes and criminals. It is published in January and July, and edited by Karen L. Newman. Come find out what the bad guys will be up to.
Future Imperfect… Crime will always be with us, and as laws evolve, so will the techniques of violating them. In this issue, you’ll meet femme fatales, con men, evil politicians, and a war hero who has trouble adjusting to peace in space. Plus there’s another fine Robichaud article . . . and much more in this latest issue of Cosmic Crime Stories!
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Beyond Centauri is a magazine of fantasy, science fiction, and ewww-gross for younger readers [for readers of all ages], published quarterly on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October. Beyond Centauri publishes short stories, poems, illustrations, puzzles, articles, and movie reviews. Treat the younger readers in your family to a subscription...they deserve it.
Beyond Centauri is a magazine of fantasy, science fiction, and ewww-gross for younger readers [for readers of all ages], published quarterly on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October. Beyond Centauri publishes short stories, poems, illustrations, puzzles, articles, and movie reviews. Treat the younger readers in your family to a subscription…they deserve it.
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Scifaikuest is an illustrated quarterly magazine that publishes scifaiku, haibun, senryu, and tanka, and articles about these and other poetic art forms. It is published on the first day of February, May, August, and November. So order a copy of this issue today...or better yet, order a subscription.
The latest edition of Scifaikuest is now here!
The Featured Poet for this issue is Denny Marshall, and includes poetry by Jiang Yunsheng, Simon Kewin, LeRoy Gorman, Madeleine Maddocks, Lauren McBride, and many more!
The fabulous Poet’s Workshop And Beyond, by Terrie Leigh Relf, is reviewed by Lauren McBride.
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Aoife's Kiss is a magazine of fantasy, science fiction, horror, sword & sorcery, and slipstream, published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. Aoife's Kiss publishes short stories, poems, illustrations, articles, and movie/book/chapbook reviews. Treat yourself to a subscription--you deserve it.
D. Gansen: Just Another Cochoc Vys
Wayne Carey: Property Values
Ken Liu: The Messenger’s Tale
Meryl Ferguson: A Life In Trade
Jen Hansum: The Seal King
Daniel Algara: The Mage Of Manera
Lorraine Pinelli Brown: The Heisenberg Principle
Jennifer Rachel Baumer: Harp’s World: Finding Lives In The Balance
Jennifer Juneau: Broken
Bryan Wein: Lakeside: An Old Dream
Jamie Lackey: Sleeping Beauty
Chris Zollner: The Kindred
Tim McDaniel: Season’s Greetings
Wanda A. Wallace: Switches
Suzanne Sykora: Rune Stones
Christina Sng: Gaea’s Eulogy
Shelly Bryant: Jade-Tiger
Christina Sng: The Monolith
Rone Wisten: Forever Love
JD DeHart: Rusted World
Amanda Jo Angleberger: Suffocation Between Octopus Arms
Richard H. Fay: Pixies In The Porridge
Shelly Bryant: Apocalypse, Now And Again
Sweet Tooth reviewed by Ryan David Muirhead
Richard H. Fay: Pixies In The Porridge
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In the December 2012 issue of Cover of Darkness #13, you'll find works by Peter Simon, William M. O'Neal, Ross Heyer, Ramona Hopkins, Holly Day, and many others, all ready for you to read, chill, and run screaming from the room. It is the 13th issue, after all.
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Hungur All Souls' Night 2012 TOC
Dark Matter by David Lee Summers
The Bard And The Lenean Sidhe by M. K. A. Marble
The Gospel According to Olive Oyl by Dev Jarrett
Chains of Darkness by Lee Clark Zumpe
Infinity Drift by Ryan Neil Falcone
Robotic Vampire by Debby Feo
Azaela and Me by Marge Simon
The Legend of the Star Counter by Terrie Leigh Relf
Once Upon A Time, We Thought Them Gods by Terrie Leigh Relf
Musings of a Vampire by Debby Feo
Mission Butterfly by Jack Horne
Embryonic Metamorphosis by Joanne Koong
Match Dot Com Dead On by Marge Simon & Sandy DeLuca
Piano by Nathan King
Match Dot Com by Marge Simon
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Saving Death by Angel Favazza
Jace’s home planet, Zar 5, was taken over by the Xon to control the galaxy's shipping trade. But ten thousand Kataree survived and fled to a planet several hundred light-years away. There they built a shanty town anomaly called, Cian. It was dirty and overcrowded. The adults wanted everyone to stay close together until the perimeters were locally secured.
As for Jace and his crew, well, they didn’t care about what the adults wanted. Not long ago after their arrival on Cian, Jace started the Kataree militia. The Kataree goal was simple: arm themselves, train and return back to Zar 5, find the annual historian, reclaim the data chips from the year of their evacuation and destroy it so that they can reset time. It was the ultimate time paradox: Would apprehending and then destroying the data restore them back to a time of peace or would it ruin them all? None of them knew for sure, but it was a cause they were willing to die for.
There were seven members. And they all know that Jace would die for any of them . . . except one.
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Vow of Blood by Debby Feo
What was it like to be a vampire in Rome in 84 A.D.? Gaius Domitius Tubero knew well. The life he was forced to live was not a happy one. Scorned by most, he was lucky to have even survived being forced into the dangerous streets of Roma, at a very young age. To stay alive, Gaius had to drink blood. Blood was easy to find, in and around the Coliseum, during the reigns of Caligula and Nero. Sometimes it was the blood of an enemy. Sometimes it was that of a friend. And sometimes both.
It's been said that one should keep one's friends close, and enemies closer. The problem in the Rome of Caligula and Nero was to determine which was which. In the process of finding out, Gaius learns that while he might be immortal, he was not invulnerable. And the stakes were too high to risk making a mistake.
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Bubbaku edited by L. A. Story Sikora
Bubbaku is a collection of haiku poems for the more enlightened redneck. Many in the target audience would not be caught dead reading poetry, so it might be wise to keep this volume in the outhouse, or locked in the glove box of the pickup, to be read while waiting for the light to change.
Haiku, as all y'all know, is a Japanese poetry form consisting of three lines. There are some syllable rules for haiku, but they don't apply to Bubbaku or to Bubbas--just like speed limit signs, calorie counters, born-on mason jar dates, and hunting and fishing restrictions. To give you an idea of what's inside, check out the following:
sparkling Christmas lights
Labor Day weekend
never looked more festive
to wear the formal flannel
We had some fun with this, folks. We hope you will, too.
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