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Dan L. Hollifield

The Senior Editor's usual ravings about whatever…

Serialised stories and Long Fiction

WDPS Part 1 (of 2)
Ray Griffiths
The year is 2550 and mankind is in decline. Well, more in decline than usual. Edgar Connell, however, is not inclined to be in decline at all. His job is Euro-Security and Euro-Security has sent him to the domed city of Exeter to discover the reasons for its lack of communication and apparent lifelessness. Connell discovers the reasons are chilling.

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Short Stories

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"The Kashmir"
Iain Darby
has won Aphelion's
Sword & Sorcery Story Competition

Even from a mercenary, some things cannot be bought

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"The Egyptian"
McCamy Taylor
has won 2nd place in Aphelion's
Sword & Sorcery Story Competition

Miracles always have a price, just as predators
have their prey

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"Always A Beauty"
Peter Spaeth
has won 3rd place in Aphelion's
Sword & Sorcery Story Competition

She was bewitching - and intended to remain so!

A Heretic's Faith
Randy D. Ashburn
To a man of science, reason is a matter of faith.

Django Wexler
Magic makes leaders of it's own…

If This Be Hell…
John A. Gilmore
One man's Hell is another man's Valhalla…

The Grey Men
Robert Moriyama
When you awake with a stranger in your bed, need you be surprised when misfortune follows?

Thran's Testimony
David Blalock
From whence come the tales of our Bards? Where lives their inspiration?

Hunter or Hunted?
A Mare Inebrium story & a Writer's Challenge II story:
You haven't lived until you've had to outwit something that's decided that you'd make a nice snack.

The Captains of the Silver-Moon
Greg Barozzi
Caveat emptor, or in other words, there's one born every minute.

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Poetry and Filk Music

Golden Unicorn
David Blalock

Lore of the Spaceways
Iain Muir

Mike Rasmussen

Touching Loreley
Sven Klopping

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Articles and features

Double Wide
by Jim Parnell
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, Three steps to the side...
WARNING: Contains Language.

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