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Murky Depths: Issue One Review

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Murky Depths: Issue One Review


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Murky Depths Issue One CoverMurky Depths: Issue One / Review
“The Quarterly Anthology Of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction”

Contents:

  • Death and the Maiden / Richard Calder
  • Looking In, Looking Out / Gareth D. Jones
  • Come To My Arms My Beamish Boy / Douglas Warrick
  • Paston, Kentucky / Jonathan C. Gillespie
  • The Other Woman / Chris Lynch
  • 67442 / Paul Abbamondi
  • Supply Ship / Kate Kelly
  • State Your Name / Jon Courtenay Grimwood
  • Empathy / Luke Cooper
  • Snowblind / Marcie Lynn
  • Cyberevenge Inc. / Eugie Foster
  • Today Is Not / Michael Sellars
  • I Bleed Light / Edward R. Norden
  • The Quality of Mercy / Ron Shiflet
  • Naught But Ash / Anne Stringer
  • The Pattern Makers of Zanzibar / Lavie Tidhar



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The Fix: Short Fiction Review Magazine


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Short Fiction Review Magazine, The Fix, Relaunches Online

TTA Press, publisher of renowned short fiction showcases Interzone, Black Static, and Crimewave, also published The Fix. The latter in its print incarnation, provided critical analyses and reviews of an extensive range of short fiction.

Now, The Fix has relaunched in a new, online format, once again providing a venue for critical coverage of speculative short fiction across the full spectrum of magazines, webzines, anthologies, and single-author collections.

Publisher Andy Cox predicts that The Fix will grow into the hub for aficionados and practitioners of short fiction to visit for news and commentary relevant to the community.

Managing Editor Eugie Foster, arriving to helm The Fix fresh from a distinguished career as managing editor of Tangent Online, plans to spotlight short fiction in all its myriad mediums: print, online, audio, and film.
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