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Dan L. Hollifield

The Senior Editor's usual ravings about whatever…

Serialised stories and Long Fiction

Starshock Part 1 (of 3)
Roger Bennett
A century ago the T'zirian Empire first found the Human colony near its borders. At first there was an uneasy peace, then finally there was war between the two expanding empires. After that there was another uneasy peace between the humans and T'zirians. But as always, peace was a very fragile thing…

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Short Stories

Colin Harvey
Sometimes Love isn't enough. Sometimes too much love can be as dangerous as not enough.

Darkness on Faldor
Elizabeth Gackstetter Nichols
The offworlders are coming to take our women!

Dreamparty Teascape
Michael Elmore
In this first published work by a new writer, time and place are warped when a pay phone liberates the unconscious mind.

Sound Idea
Meghashri Dalvi
Einstein said he could see farther because he stood on the shoulders of giants. But what if the giant could see what Einstein saw?

McCamy Taylor
Something tells me that we not are in Oz anymore.

The Drink
Jay Friess
Jean was a man without illusions. That is why he was so good at what he did.

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Poetry and Filk Music

A Good Troop
Teri Wachowiak

Past The Door
Becky Rankin

David Whippman

Michael Fantina

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Articles and features

Double Wide
Jim Parnell
Say Good Night Gracie
WARNING: Contains Language.
Aphelion reluctantly presents the last regular instalment of Double Wide. Jim informs us that he's begun work on a novel and wants to give it his full attention, and he's the kind of guy that can't stand to do less than his best. Please join myself and the Editorial Mafia in supporting his decision to take that next big step as a writer.

Dan Hollifield reviews:

The newest novel by Ian Stewart. The classic novel "Flatland" revisited for a new age. Multidimensional math made interesting and fun, woven into a classic "quest" story.

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