Fiction Friday: Uzumaki of the Lake

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Fiction Friday: Two Tales of Legends (Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine Double Special)

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Fiction Friday: Thor Meets Captain America

If you missed it previously, I did a review of Clarkesworld issue 141 in conjunction with Unreal Magazine. They were nice enough to reach out to me and make that review, so if you can, do give them a look. They produce amazing short fiction and are a brand new magazine, with stories such as …

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Fiction Friday: Song of the Water Bear

I've seen plenty of animal-like protagonists in my life. Cats, Dogs, Horses, Hamsters, Fish, even mythical creatures like dragons and faeries. But I'll admit, I never would have picked a water bear, of all things, to be a convincing protagonist. Today's short story is Song of the Water Bear, by Laine Bell. You can find …

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Short Fiction Sunday: Clarkesworld 131 Review

Welcome back to another Short Fiction Sunday. Today, this review is sponsored by the folks of Unreal Magazine. I’ve reviewed a handful of stories by them, all surreal, all fantastic, and definitely worth the Silver Claw name. I’ve been tasked with reviewing a handful of tales from Clarkesworld Magazine’s August 2017 issue, which is a …

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