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Magazines are short and light forms of reading that are easier to read through. There are a wide variety of magazines that specifically cater to many different fields of interests. These magazines have an assortment of articles that cover that specific field of interest. Read more about them here.

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Scout & Co Okido magazine - issue 47 - Poo and Wee
HK$ 210.00
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Okido is the arts and science magazine for children aged 3-8, designed to engage children in scientific discovery through creative play. Issue 47 is all about every kid's favourite subject: poo and wee! This brilliantly funny issue explains how and why our body creates poo and wee, and then where it goes next. You can make a Poo Snap game, learn how to make a pretend poo from dough, plus lots of poo colouring-in fun and games. Meet regular characters such as Messy Monster, Felix and Zoe, Zim, Zam, Zoom, Yoga Monkey and Squirrel Boy. Discover 48 colourful pages full of stories, puzzles, games, activities, making, poems, songs and experiments, plus a thought-provoking, 8-page Okidoodle activity and colouring pull-out – with a cardboard activity to pop out and play with! Okido is printed with biodegradable vegetable inks on pages of 100% post consumer waste recycled paper or FSC paper (paper from responsible sources). Check out our back issues, too. You'll want to collect them all!
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LeSportsac LeSportsac Magazine Tote
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A slim LeSportsac tote with a charming beach print. Magnetic pockets in front and back. Top zip and unlined, 1-pocket interior. Double handles. Fabric: Ripstop. Weight: 5oz / 0.14kg. Imported, Vietnam. Measurements Height: 13.75in / 35cm Length: 13.75in / 35cm Strap drop: 12.5in / 31.5cm
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Tactical Belt with Two Horizontal Magazine Pouches Outdoor Hunting Military Tactical Gear
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Features: Made of lightweight and durable nylon material, sewn with reinforced threads for extra durability and strength. Fastener tape designed for belt adjustment, buckle designed for belt closure. Belt's longest available size(waist circumference) is up to 1.1m/43in. It also provides two horizontal magazine pouches with easy buckle snap closure. Perfect for people who love hunting, shooting, and other outdoor activities.
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Tactical Rifle Double Magazine Pouch Pistol Mag Pouch 600D Oxford Fabric Accessary Pouch Utility Tool
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Features: Double pouch can hold flashlight, knife or other gadgets. Clip onto your tactical vest, belt, pack or other Molle compatible gear. Fastener tape closure securely closes pouch for magazine retention. Quick release pull tab allows quick access for fast reload.
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Scout & Co DOT magazine - vol 5
HK$ 210.00
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In this new edition, DOT takes its little readers on a journey under the sea! He turns into a sea animal for every new day of the week: Monday, he is a crab, Tuesday an octopus! Happy & Grumpy are back and they take us to the beach, Mr Twig celebrates its 71st birthday with the love of his life Mrs Twig and we meet two new best friends Jelly and Jello who share with us their first day at school. DOT is produced by the clever people behind Anorak magazine, and is aimed at pre-schoolers eager to think and learn while having fun and who love a bad joke or two. DOT is printed on recycled paper and using vegetable ink and has no ads!
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Flora & Fauna Esther The Wonder Pig's Bestseller, by Steve Jenkins & Derek Walter & Caprice Crane
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The Ultimate Adult Magazine #9 - Photos, Stories, Comic Strips
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With a short story, an erotic comic strip and photos of the hottest women around, The Ultimate Adult Magazine is the place to be!
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Issue 4
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The May/June 2015 issue of Uncanny Magazine. Featuring new fiction by Catherynne M. Valente, A.c. Wise, John Chu, Elizabeth Bear, and Lisa Bolekaja, classic fiction by Delia Sherman, essays by Mike Glyer, Christopher J Garcia, Steven H Silver, Julia Rios, and Kameron Hurley, poetry by Alyssa Wong, Ali Trotta, and Isabel Yap, interviews with Delia Sherman and John Chu by Deborah Stanish, a cover by Tran Nguyen, and an editoral by Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas.
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Sonic Super Special Magazine #8
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The Sonic Super Special Magazine is back with an issue thatll really knock your socks off! In this high-speed installment, you'll get a wrap-up of the Worlds Collide crossover, an exclusive interview with superstar Sonic artist Evan Stanley, a sneak-peek at the new Sonic game, Sonic Lost World, and More! Also featuring tons of comics, news, features, never-before-seen artwork and a brand-new cover by Sonic artist rising star Lamar Wells! Sonic super-fans can't miss this thrilling installment packed with tons of bonus features you won't find anywhere else!
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The Last Magazine
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The funniest, most savage takedown of the American news media since Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72."-The Washington PostMichael Hastings' untimely death at the age of thirty-three rocked the journalism community. But the New York Times bestselling author of The Operators left behind an unexpected legacy: a wickedly funny novel based on Hastings's own journalistic experiences in the mid-2000s. Discovered in his files, the novel features a wet-behind-the-ears intern named Michael M. Hastings who must choose between his career and the truth. A searing portrait of print journalism's last glory days, The Last Magazine earned Hastings comparisons to Evelyn Waugh and Hunter S. Thompson and stands as a testament to one of America's most treasured reporters. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Archie Super Special Magazine #6
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Something exciting is happening in Riverdale! Archie Comic Super Special Magazine is proud to present a sampling of some must-have Archie tales! From the musical mayhem of The Archies' Rockin' World Tour and Archie Meets Kiss to the classic antics of Best of Archie Vol. 4, there's enough fun for everyone! Plus, get a special sneak peek at the brand-new Archie Comics illustrated novel, Diary of a Girl Next Door: Betty!
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 67 (December 2015)
HK$ 36.00
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by A. Merc Rustad ("Tomorrow When We See the Sun") and Aidan Doyle ("Beneath the Silent Stars"), along with SF reprints by Hugh Howey ("Beacon 23: Little Noises") and Charlie Jane Anders ("The Time Travel Club"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Rachel Swirsky ("Tea Time") and the late Jay Lake ("Ex Libris Noctis"), and fantasy reprints by Richard Parks ("The Queen's Reason") and Mark Rigney ("Portfolio"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, along with an interview with THE Martian author Andy Weir, and the latest installation of our book review column. For our ebook readers, we also have a reprint of the novella "The Surfer" by Kelly Link, and a novel excerpt from A Daughter OF NO Nation by A.m. Dellamonica.
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The Guide To Magazine Writing
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
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Issue 5
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The July/August 2015 issue of Uncanny Magazine. Featuring new fiction by Mary Robinette Kowal, E. Lily Yu, Shveta Thakrar, Charlie Jane Anders, Delilah S. Dawson, and Sarah Monette, classic fiction by Scott Lynch, essays by Natalie Luhrs, Sofia Samatar, Michael R. Underwood, and Caitlín Rosberg, poetry by C.s.e. Cooney, Bryan Thao Worra, and Sonya Taaffe, interviews with E. Lily Yu and Delilah S. Dawson by Deborah Stanish, a cover by Antonio Caparo, and an editoral by Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas. As always, Drm-Free.
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 65
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. This issue features fiction by Mari Ness ("And the Hollow Space Inside"), Xia Jia ("A Hundred Ghosts Parade Tonight") and Helena Bell ("All the Young Kirks and Their Good Intentions"), interviews with Lev Rosen and Lisa Hannett, an article on food in science fiction and fantasy by Matthew Johnson and the results of our annual reader's poll.
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 96
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art. Our September 2014 issue contains: Original Fiction by Susan Palwick ("Weather"), JY Yang ("Patterns of a Murmuration, In Billions of Data Points"), and Xia Jia ("Spring Festival: Happiness, Anger, Love, Sorrow, Joy"). Classic stories by Brendan DuBois ("Falling Star"), Leigh Kennedy ("Her Furry Face"), and Peter Watts ("Giants"). Non-fiction by Mark Cole (Why Science Fiction Isn't Always to Blame), an interview with Ann Leckie, an Another Word column by Alethea Kontis, and an editorial/special announcement by Neil Clarke.
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Doc Savage Archives Volume 1 The Curtis Magazine Era Hardcover
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- The Man of Bronze is back with a vengeance! In this brand-new, archival edition, the harrowing adventures of Doc Savage return straight from the 1970's - fully remastered and ready for action. With art rendered by John Buscema, Tony DeZuniga, and Ernie Chan to accompany writer Doug Moench, this book is a must-have for any and all fans of Doc Savage and his Amazing Five. Revisit the classic Curtis Magazine issues and relive the glory days of the Man of Bronze! - Collecting the complete, first eight issues of the 1970s Doc Savage Magazine in its entirety, complete with vintage advertisements, features, and more!
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Tactical Pistol Rifle Single Magazine Mag Pouch 600D Oxford Fabric Accessary Pouch Utility Tool
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Features: Single pouch can hold flashlight or knife. Clip onto your tactical vest, belt, pack or other Molle compatible gear. Fastener tape closure securely closes pouch for magazine retention. Quick release pull tab allows quick access for fast reload.
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Issue 11
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The July/August 2016 issue of Uncanny Magazine. Featuring new fiction by Aliette de Bodard, Sabrina Vourvoulias, Caroline M. Yoachim, Catherynne M. Valente, and Isabel Yap, reprinted fiction by Kelly Link, essays by Sarah Kuhn, Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky, Sigrid Ellis, and Kelly McCullough, poetry by Jessica P. Wick, Bryan Thao Worra, and Ali Trotta, interviews with Sarah Kuhn and Sabrina Vourvoulias by Deborah Stanish, a cover by Antonio Caparo, and an editoral by Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas. As always, offered DRM-free for our readers.
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Locus Magazine, Issue 637, February 2014
HK$ 37.00
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #637, February 2014, contain an interview with Terry Pratchett; the 2013: The Year in Review, the Locus Recommended Reading List, with commentary by Liza Groen Trombi, Gary K. Wolfe, Gardner Dozois, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, Graham Sleight, Adrienne Martini, Stefan Dziemianowicz, Tim Pratt, Rich Horton, and Amy Goldshlager; the 2013 Philip K. Dick Award Finalists; the 2014 Prometheus Awards Hall of Fame Finalists; the 2013 Book Summary Report; and the 2013 Magazine Summary. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Analog March 2014 (Rich Horton) Asimov's December 2013 (Gardner Dozois) Clarkesworld January 2014 (Rich Horton) Electric Velocipede Spring 2013 (Gardner Dozois) Electric Velocipede Spring 2013 (Rich Horton) Electric Velocipede Winter 2013 (Gardner Dozois) Electric Velocipede Winter 2013 (Rich Horton) Interzone Nov-Dec 2013 (Gardner Dozois) Lightspeed January 2014 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Aaronovitch, Ben Broken Homes (Faren Miller) Asher, Neal Jupiter War (Russell Letson) Asher, Neal Jupiter War (Russell Letson) Baxter, Stephen Proxima (Russell Letson) Blake, E.c. Masks (Carolyn Cushman) Carriger, Gail Curtsies & Conspiracies (Carolyn Cushman) Conyers, David, & David Kernot, eds. Extreme Planets (Gardner Dozois) Farmer, Nancy The Lord of Opium (Carolyn Cushman) Gilman, Greer Cry Murder! in a Small Voice (Rich Horton) Held, Rhiannon Reflected (Carolyn Cushman) Klaw, Rick, ed. Rayguns Over Texas (Gardner Dozois) Kowal, Mary Robinette Without a Summer (Carolyn Cushman) Lee, Yoon Ha Conservation of Shadows (Rich Horton) Martin, George R. R, & Gardner Dozois, eds. Dangerous Women (Rich Horton) Martinez, A. Lee Helen & Troy's Epic Road Quest (Adrienne Martini) Mooney, J. E, & Bill Faw
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Peace Philosophy Magazine III
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Doctrines, or dogmas, or rituals, or books, or temples, or forms, are but secondary details. WE Help Ourselves, NOT THE World Before considering further how devotion to duty helps us in our spiritual progress, let me place before you in a brief compass another aspect of what we in India mean by Karma. In every religion there are three parts: philosophy, mythology, and ritual. Philosophy of course is the essence of every religion; mythology explains and illustrates it by means of the more or less legendary lives of great men, stories and fables of wonderful things, and so on; ritual gives to that philosophy a still more concrete form, so that every one may grasp it - ritual is in fact concretised philosophy. This ritual is Karma; it is necessary in every religion, because most of us cannot understand abstract spiritual things until we grow much spiritually. It is easy for men to think that they can understand anything; but when it comes to practical experience, they find that abstract ideas are often very hard to comprehend. Therefore symbols are of great help, and we cannot dispense with the symbolical method of putting things before us. From time immemorial symbols have been used by all kinds of religions. In one sense we cannot think but in symbols; words themselves are symbols of thought. In another sense everything in the universe may be looked upon as a symbol. The whole universe is a symbol, and God is the essence behind. This kind of symbology is not simply the creation of man; it is not that certain people belonging to a religion sit down together and think out certain symbols, and bring them into existence out of their own minds. The symbols of religion have a natural growth. Otherwise, why is it that certain symbols are associated with certain ideas in the mind of almost every one? Certain symbols are universally prevalent. Many of you may think that the cross first came into existence as a symbol in connection with the Christian religion, but as a m
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Atlantis Rising Magazine - 93 May/June 2012
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In this issue: Letters Alternative News Jeane Manning - Vortex Science Michael Cremo - The Prospects for Doomsday The Bloody Politics of Archaeoloy - Robert Schoch Unearths the Hidden Agendas Searching for the Higgs - Materialistic Physics Makes Last Stand? Return of the Crystal Skulls - Ancient Origins Verified for Himalayan Artifact Cranial Deformation - Ancient Enigma of Elongated Skulls Dehumanizing - The Tragic Consequences of Modern Thinking Dying Words: Those About to Leave Us, on What Appears Ahead True Mars - Is Nasa to Be Trusted for Facts? Private Space Is the Future Reserved for Well-Heeled Civilians? Washington, D.c. & Newgrange, Ireland - Has an Ancient Science Been Revived in America? The Threat to Tesla's Legacy - Where's the Respect He Deserves?
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Locus Magazine, Issue 606, July 2011
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror fields, with reviews, interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #606, July 2011, contains interviews with Ted Chiang and Lev Grossman; Spotlights on Kelley Armstrong and Bruce Coville; a column by Cory Doctorow titled "No Endorsement"; an obituary of Jeffrey Catherine Jones; news about the field, the Locus Awards Winners, the results of the 2011 Locus Poll, a report on the 2011 Nebula Awards weekend, the 2010 Stoker Awards Winners, and the Campbell & Sturgeon finalists; Sf/f/h/ya reviews including novels, short fiction, online fiction, and audiobooks; listings of magazines and books received, and more. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Abyss & Apex 2nd Quarter 2011 (Rich Horton) Analog July/August 2011 (Rich Horton) Asimov's July 2011 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld May 2011 (Gardner Dozois) F & SF May/June 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Fantasy Magazine June 2011 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed July 2011 (Rich Horton) Shimmer #04 2011 (Rich Horton) Subterranean Spring 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Subterranean Spring 2011 (Rich Horton) Tor.com January 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com February 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com March 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com April 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com May 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Armstrong, Kelley Spell Bound (Carolyn Cushman) Carriger, Gail Heartless (Faren Miller) Corey, James S.a. Leviathan Wakes (Russell Letson) Datlow, Ellen, ed. Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy (Faren Miller) Davidson, MaryJanice Undead and Undermined (Carolyn Cushman) Emshwiller, Carol In the Time of War and Master of the Road to Nowhere (Gary K. Wolfe) Gregory, Daryl Raising Stony Mayhall (Faren Miller) Harris, Charlaine, & Toni L.p. Kelner, eds. Home Improvement: Undead Edition (Carolyn Cushman) Klima, John, ed. Happily Ever After (Faren Miller) Lackey, Mercedes Unnatural Issue (Carolyn C
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Neoprene Concealed Carry Ultimate Belly Band Holster Army Weapon Holster Right Hand Free Size with Magazine Pocket
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Neoprene Concealed Carry Ultimate Belly Band Holster Army Weapon Holster Right Hand Free Size with Magazine Pocket
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Nightmare Magazine, October 2014
HK$ 27.00
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. Funded as a stretch goal of our sister-magazine LIGHTSPEED's Women Destroy Science Fiction! Kickstarter campaign, this month we're presenting a special issue of Nightmare called Women Destroy Horror!: an all-horror extravaganza entirely written-and edited-by women. Here's what we've got lined up for you in this special issue: Original horror-edited by legendary editor Ellen Datlow-by Gemma Files, Pat Cadigan, Catherine MacLeod, Katherine Crighton, and Livia Llewellyn. Reprints-also selected by Datlow-by Joyce Carol Oates, Tanith Lee, and A.r. Morlan. And nonfiction articles-edited by Stoker Award-winning author Lisa Morton-by Galen Dara, Lucy A. Snyder, Maria Alexander, Chesya Burke, Lisa Morton, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson. Plus an original cover illustration by Carly Janine Mazur.
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Black Static #24 Horror Magazine
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Black Static is the successor to The Third Alternative magazine, which was founded in 1994. When TTA Press acquired Interzone in 2005 it was no longer necessary to publish science fiction and fantasy in The Third Alternative. So its replacement was retitled Black Static and now its contents are original horror/dark fantasy fiction and illustrations plus related news and reviews of books, movies and DVDs. It is not celebrity oriented. This edition has the text of the print edition but some illustrations, graphics and advertisements are not present. The title and strapline reference 'electronic voice phenomenon' (Evp), the noise found on recordings which some people interpret as the voices of ghosts. The film White Noise, starring Michael Keaton, could more accurately be called Black Static. What makes the title even more suitable is that 'Black Static' is also Paul Meloy's British Fantasy Award winning story from The Third Alternative. The Third Alternative was never afraid to push the envelope, and nothing has changed in that regard. Black Static has earned much praise for its style, bravery, editorial and fiction content. Its stories are innovative and daring, never afraid to shock or disturb, yet always entertain. The magazine publishes some of the finest Horror writers working today: Christopher Fowler, Afterlife creator/writer Stephen Volk, Lisa Tuttle, Nicholas Royle, Conrad Williams, Tony Richards, Scott Nicholson, Steve Rasnic Tem, Cody Goodfellow, Mélanie Fazi, Matthew Holness (creator and star of TV's Garth Marenghi's Darkplace), Michael Marshall Smith, Simon Clark, Graham Joyce, Gary McMahon, Alexander Glass, Joel Lane, to name just a few. Alongside these is a dazzling array of new talent such as Aliette de Bodard, Daniel Kaysen, Shannon Page, Roz Clarke, Ray Cluley, Sarah Totton, James Cooper, Nina Allan, Eric Gregory and many more.A unique fiction magazine requires unique presentation and Black Static delivers on this front too, thanks to the extraordinary
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2015 Spring Striped Pointed Toe Celebrity Wedges VIVI Magazine Womens Black Wedges Online
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TRENT: The original pulp magazine version- not one word changed!
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Kilkenny, the gunman had retired. He had helped tame the west and put down its desperados. He'd had enough of killing, gunsmoke and violence. Now Kilkenny had a cabin and the simple life he had always longed for. Until his friend Dick Moffitt's kids showed up. Bill Hale and his riders had killed Dick for his land. Dick's son Jack and adopted daughter Sally had witnessed the murder. Now Bill Hale and his men were hunting them down. It was one man against an army of riders. How far will a man go for a friend? For Trent it was all the way to hell. and back Special Introduction by Darryle Purcell, author of The Hollywood Cowboy Detectives Series. Bonus material includes a sample chapter from L'Amour's The Rider of Lost Creek, (Also published as A Man Called Trent)
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Dad Magazine
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Packed with dad jokes and parenting humor, this parody magazine is the perfect gift for Fathers Day or cool dads anytime. This hilarious dad-centric satire is the first magazine written exclusively by dads, for dads! Complete with hard-hitting feature reporting ("What's Going On with Your Neighbor's Lawn?"), in-depth lifestyle articles ("How to Talk to Your Son About Growing A Beard"), fashion tips ("Buying Shoes on eBay: A Guide"), and insightful opinion pieces ("These Smoke Detectors Are Too Damn Sensitive, If You Ask Me"), this is the perfect faux periodical for dads of every age, facial-hair style, and sandals/socks combo. Photos, illustrations, and humorous (fake) advertisements throughout showcase all the frustrations, failures, and funny moments that make up the face of modern fatherhood.
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 70 (March 2016)
HK$ 36.00
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Caroline M. Yoachim ("Welcome to the Medical Clinic at the Interplanetary Relay Station") and Craig DeLancey ("RedKing"), along with SF reprints by Timons Esaias ("The Mars Convention") and Aliette de Bodard ("The Waiting Stars"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Rich Larson ("Sparks Fly") and Marie Vibbert ("Michael Doesn't Hate His Mother"), and fantasy reprints by Andy Duncan ("The Premature Burials") and Seanan McGuire ("Rat-Catcher"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns and a roundtable interview on the Star Wars canon. For our ebook readers, we also have an ebook-exclusive reprint Mark W. Tiedemann's novella, "Miller's Wife." And for our novel excerpt this month, we're proud to present a preview of Hugh Howey's novel, Shift, out now from our editor's new book line for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, John Joseph Adams Books.
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Tactical Pistol Rifle Double Magazine Mag Pouch 600D Oxford Fabric Accessary Pouch Utility Tool
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Features: The pouch can hold flashlight or knife. Clip onto your tactical vest, belt, pack or other Molle compatible gear. Fastener tape closure securely closes pouch for magazine retention. Quick release pull tab allows quick access for fast reload.
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Apex Magazine Issue 67
HK$ 24.00
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Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month. Edited by Hugo Award-nominated editor Sigrid Ellis. Table OF Contentsfiction: Anthracite Weddings - John ZaharickKeep Talking - Marie VibbertGriefbunny - Brooke Juliet WondersHenrietta's Garden - Rebecca KaplanDesire - Kiini Ibura Salaam (eBook/Subscriber exclusive)NONFICTION: Interview with Marie Vibbert - Andrea JohnsonInterview with Cover Artist Nello Shep - Russell DickersonClavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction - Charlotte AshleyFandom: Not Just Funny Business - Andrea JudyPOETRY: The Grey Cathedral - Joshua GageNight-time Visitor - Melanie ReesSympathy for the Devil: A Duet in Two Solos - Elizabeth R. McClellanNOVEL Excerpt: Severance - Chris Bucholz (eBook/Subscriber exclusive)Cover art by Nello Shep.
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Locus Magazine, Issue #664, May 2016
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue # 664 (May 2016), contains interviews with Guy Gavriel Kay and Molly Tanzer; a new column by Cory Doctorow; a report on International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts; and reviews of short fiction and books by Guy Gavriel Kay, Peter Newman, Eleanor Arnason, Glen Hirshberg, Mishell Baker, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) Analog April 2016 (Rich Horton) Asimov's March 2016 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's March 2016 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies March 2016 (Rich Horton) F & SF Mar/Apr 2016 (Rich Horton) Galaxy's Edge March 2016 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed February 2016 (Gardner Dozois) Lightspeed March 2016 (Gardner Dozois) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) Arnason, Eleanor Hwarhath Stories: Twelve Transgressive Tales by Aliens (Gardner Dozois) Arnason, Eleanor Hwarhath Stories: Twelve Transgressive Tales by Aliens (Russell Letson) Ashley, Mike Science Fiction Rebels: The Story of the Science-Fiction Magazines from 1981 to 1990 (Gary K. Wolfe) Baker, Mishell Borderline (Carolyn Cushman) Cady, Jack Fathoms (Faren Miller) Cherryh, C.j. Visitor (Russell Letson) Datlow, Ellen, ed. The Best Horror of the Year: Volume Seven (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Grimes, Linda All Fixed Up (Carolyn Cushman) Guran, Paula, ed. The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2015 Edition (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Hardinge, Frances The Lie Tree (Gary K. Wolfe) Hearn, Lian Emperor of the Eight Islands (Faren Miller) Hirshberg, Glen Good Girls (Jean Lamb) Hirshberg, Glen Good Girls (John Langan) Hurley, Kameron The Geek Feminist Revolution (Liz Bourke) Jones, Stephen Graham Mongrels (Jean Lamb) Jones, Stephen Graham Mongrels (John Langan) Jones, Stephen, ed. Best New Horror #26 (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Kay, Guy Gavriel Children of Ear
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Fairy Life: Tir Dúchas' No.1 Magazine - Issue # 2
HK$ 17.00
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This is the second issue of our magazine for fairies, elves, mermaids and all the rest of the Fae. We are grateful for the patronage of both the Seelie and the Unseelie courts. The contents of this issue include, Fae magic, Fae cooking, Fae buildings, Fae genealogy, Fae creatures, helpful herbs and a dash of Fae humour.
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Issue #4
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Grimdark Magazine presents the darker, grittier side of fantasy and science fiction. Each quarterly issue features established and new authors to take you through their hard-bitten worlds alongside articles, reviews and interviews. Our stories are grim, our worlds are dark and our morally grey protagonists and anti-heroes light the way with bloody stories of war, betrayal and action. Fiction: In Brazen Dreams by Matthew Ward shady characters converge on a powerful relic. Tara Calaby asks "what happens after happily ever after" in Ashes. Redemption Waits by Mike Brooks set in his Keiko universe (Dark Run).A Steelhaven short story by Richard Ford, The Halfwyrd's Burden. Excerpt: A Crown for Cold Silver by Alex MarshallExceprt: The Liar's Key by Mark LawrenceNON-FICTIONReview: The Vagrant by Peter NewmanAn interview with Peter V. Brett An interview with Brandon Sanderson The Mud, the Blood and the Years by Ragnarok and Orbit author John R. Fultz
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Forever Magazine Issue 23
HK$ 27.00
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Forever is a monthly science fiction magazine that features previously published stories you might have missed. Each issue will feature a novella, two short stories, and cover art by Ron Guyatt. Edited by the Hugo and World Fantasy Award winning editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, Neil Clarke. Our December 2016 issue features a novella by Kristine Kathryn Rusch ("Inhuman Garbage"), a novelette by Mary Rosenblum ("Casting at Pegasus"), and a novelette by Aliette de Bodard ("Butterfly, Falling at Dawn").
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Shoreline of Infinity 1: Science Fiction Magazine
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Shoreline of Infinity is a science fiction magazine including fiction, reviews, interviews and more. Published in Edinburgh, Scotland. Issue 1 Contents Editorial: Pull up a Log Fiction The Three Stages of Atsushi, Larry Ivkovich The Spiral Moon, Alex Barr Symbiosis, Colleen Anderson See You Later, M Luke McDonell The Brat and the Burly Qs, David Perlmutter Approaching 43,000 Candles, Guy T Martland Broken Glass, Joseph L Kellogg TimeMachineStory, Richmond A Clements Cleanup on Deck 7, Claire Simpson Space, John Buchan Non-Fiction Story Competition Interview: Charles Stross Border Crossings SF Caledonia Reviews Meet the Artists Friends of Shoreline Published in Scotland
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Fictionvale Magazine
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Episode 1: Enter Fictionvale includes stories by Richmond Weems, Kristin Dearborn, Natalie Duvall, Eric Esser, Branden Linley, Renee Carter Hall, Margaret Ethridge, Chris DarunsC.R. Langille, A. Merc Rustad, and Colin HeintzeDon't you miss reading? Fictionvale is a digital genre fiction short story magazine that might just remind you that you do - or convince you to give reading short fiction a try. Our stories are meant to be read on your e-book reader, your tablet, or your phone. They're short enough to finish after you've done with that Hippa form and are waiting for your doctor to call you back. Or while your kid is kicking around the soccer ball at practice. You can always have them with you and read them whenever it's convenient. And you won't have to put the book down at the exciting part when your dentist puts your chair back, because you will be able to finish reading a story in ten or fifteen minutes. The goal is to provide great stories across many popular genres. Short, quick reads you can finish while waiting in the doctor's office, or while hanging out at your kid's soccer practice, or while passing time in your underground bunker after the zombie apocalypse (okay, that one might be harder without electricity).Fictionvale stories are geared for adults and mature young adults. While we are not about gratuitous sex and violence, there may be sex and there may be violence. We believe our audience can handle grown up topics and stories. Each episode of the magazine will be released as an e-book, downloadable and compatible with all major e-book readers. There are no subscriptions. Buy the episodes you want, skip the ones you don't. But we'll bet you'll find something cool in all the episodes! And you might even find some great stories in a genre you don't normally read. We hope you do!
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Nightmare Magazine, February 2014
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from Adam-Troy Castro ("The Totals") and Kat Howard ("Dreaming Like a Ghost"), along with reprints by Gary Braunbeck ("We Now Pause for Station Identification") and Tanith Lee ("The Gorgon"). We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors, a showcase on our cover artist, and a feature interview with legendary master of horror Dean Koontz. Our ebook edition this month also includes an excerpt from THE Gospel OF Z by Stephen Graham Jones.
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #22
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The 22nd issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features new and classic mystery tales - including a brand new Nero Wolfe story! Included are 7 stories, a poem, all the usual features, and more: Features: From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M.d. Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson Non Fiction: Screen OF THE Crime, by Kim Newman Better Than Holmes? by Terry Teachout "i'm THE OLD Man," by Dan Andriacco Fiction: Roebius THE Robber, by Eugene D. Goodwin A Clown AT Midnight, by Marc Bilgrey Crafty OLD Bags, by Laird Long THE Purloined Platypus, by Marvin Kaye A Rude Awakening, by Stan Trybulski THE Tahitian Powder BOX Mystery, by James Holding THE Adventure OF THE Cardboard Box, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Poetry: 221B, by Vincent Starrett Art & Cartoons: Russell Thornton: Front cover art Marc Bilgrey: Cartoon
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Forever Magazine Issue 24
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Forever is a monthly science fiction magazine that features previously published stories you might have missed. Each issue will feature a novella, two short stories, and cover art by Ron Guyatt. Edited by the Hugo and World Fantasy Award winning editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, Neil Clarke. Our January 2017 issue features a novella by Harry Turtledove ("Forty, Counting Down"), a novelette by Paul M. Berger ("The Muse of Empires Lost"), and a novelette by Carrie Vaughn ("The Mind is its Own Place").
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Nightmare Magazine, Issue 52 (January 2017)
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. We have original fiction from Cadwell Turnbull ("Loneliness is in Your Blood") and Carrie Vaughn ("Redcap"), along with reprints by Lilliam Rivera ("The H8te") and Ashok Banker ("Blood Mangoes"). In our nonfiction department, author Kat Howard talks about the terror of changelings in the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word." Plus we have author spotlights with our authors, a showcase on our cover artist, and a feature interview with Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant.
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Forever Magazine Issue 29
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Forever is a monthly science fiction magazine that features previously published stories you might have missed. Each issue will feature a novella, two short stories, and cover art by Ron Guyatt. Edited by the Hugo and World Fantasy Award winning editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, Neil Clarke. Our June 2017 issue features a novella by Brenda W. Clough ("May Be Some Time"), and novelettes by Allen Steele ("The Days Between") and Robert Charles Wilson ("The Cartesian Theater").
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Locus Magazine, Issue #667, August 2016
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue # 667 (August 2016) features interviews with Nancy Kress and David D. Levine, a column by Kameron Hurley, reports on Locus Awards Weekend and Readercon, and reviews of short fiction and books by China Miéville, Jennifer Mason-Black, Jonathan Strahan, Matthew M. Bartlett, Walter Jon Williams, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) Analog July/August 2016 (Rich Horton) Asimov's July 2016 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies May 2016 (Rich Horton) Black Static May-Jun 2016 (Paula Guran) Lightspeed June 2016 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed July 2016 (Rich Horton) Nightmare Magazine June 2016 (Paula Guran) Nightmare Magazine July 2016 (Paula Guran) The Dark June 2016 (Paula Guran) The Dark July 2016 (Paula Guran) Uncanny May/June 2016 (Paula Guran) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) Abercrombie, Joe Sharp Ends (Gary K. Wolfe) Barnhill, Kelly The Girl Who Drank the Moon (Carolyn Cushman) Barnhill, Kelly The Unlicensed Magician (Carolyn Cushman) Bartlett, Matthew M. Creeping Waves (John Langan) Buehlman, Christopher The Suicide Motor Club (John Langan) Caine, Rachel Paper and Fire (Carolyn Cushman) Carriger, Gail Imprudence (Carolyn Cushman) Charlton, Blake Spellbreaker (Carolyn Cushman) Cisco, Michael The Wretch of the Sun (John Langan) Crouch, Blake Dark Matter (Adrienne Martini) Cushman, Karen Grayling's Song (Carolyn Cushman) Dann, Jack, ed. Dreaming in the Dark (Rachel Swirsky) Egan, Greg The Four Thousand, the Eight Hundred (Russell Letson) Hunter, Faith Blood of the Earth (Carolyn Cushman) Johnson, Kij The Dream-Quest of Velitt Boe (Gary K. Wolfe) Kadrey, Richard The Perdition Score (Faren Miller) Kowal, Mary Robinette Ghost Talkers (Faren Miller) Mason-Black, Jennifer Devil and the Bluebird (Faren Miller) Mi
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Art Collage Magazine N°10
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Art Collage Magazine numéro 10. Trimestriel, octobre 2016. Au sommaire: Arrêt sur collage, En miroir, Sur la toile, Rétro-Collage, sociétal, Chronique du musée Artcolle, Art postal, Poésie, Extra Extrait, La joie des séries, Dans l'atelier de, Expositions, Souvenirs d'un proto-bulage, etc. Editorial: Un, deux, trois, soleil! Avions-nous l'habitude de crier dans les cours de récréation des écoles de notre enfance. Quatre, cinq, six, cimetière! Pourrions nous ajouter quelques soixante années plus tard. Mais bon pour ne pas ajouter du noir au noir - je rajouterais aussitôt: Sept, huit, neuf, Artcolle magazine N° 10! Voici venu le Artcolle magazine dixième du nom en ce joli mois d'octobre, signe de la Balance, et donc d'êtres absolument merveilleux: Lucile, Bertrand et moi-même. sans parler des autres que je ne citerai pas pour ne pas justement balancer les collagistes nés sous le signe de la Balance! Voici donc le dixième numéro d'Artcolle magazine - le premier à deux chiffres - qui rendra hommage à une amie très chère, et explorera la loi des séries d'Hilda. Nous irons sur la toile rencontrer Michel Goudet, nous sourirons quelque peu - du moins j'espère - à la lecture des dernières miscellanées collagistiques etc. Bref, dix numéros valent bien un petit verre - de Rakia, il va s'en dire - et à défaut de trinquer directement illico presto avec vous actuellement, j'espère vous rencontrer lors de l'exposition de novembre à Paris. Ou mieux encore oserais-je dire: au musée de l'art du collage, puisque ce musée unique au monde a été fait pour cela: vous rencontrer, se rencontrer, entre amoureux de l'art du collage. L'amour, l'amour toujours. Sur son cercueil en carton - pour la crémation - Lucile avait préparé deux petites pancartes, écrites au feutre et collées de chaque côté : l'une disait: " Je t'aime " , et l'autre " Merci la vie ". Je t'aime, merci la vie.
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The Case of the Magazine Millionaire
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The Brodericks are invited to a fancy party at the mansion of an arrogant Magazine Millionaire. Suddenly a priceless diamond necklace is missing? Who took it? How can they prove it?Match wits with Kendall and Jamie Broderick and see if you can solve these seven 15-minute mysteries: The Case of the Magazine Millionare, The Case of the Taken Trophies, The Case of the Grabbed Geocache, The Case of the Bouncing Boxer, The Case of the Mansion Mystery, The Case of the Soccer Steal, The Case of Washington's Waistcoat. This is the second in the exciting new Kendall and Jamie Broderick mystery series. These seven mysteries provide you with all the clues. Can you solve the mystery before Kendall and Jamie do?
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Life With Archie Magazine #3
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The best-selling Archie wedding series continues with The Married Life, two ongoing series each featuring one of Archies two possible futures, one married to Betty and another married to Veronica."Archie Loves Betty: Saturday" First, in "Archie Loves Betty: Saturday" Archie and Betty fight to make their dreams come true in Manhattan, but back in Riverdale, Mr. Lodge will stop at nothing to break the man that broke his daughters heart."Archie Loves Veronica: Dear Dilton…"Meanwhile; in "Archie Loves Veronica: Dear Dilton…" Lodges push to buy out Pop Tates is pushing Archie and Veronicas marriage to its limits as the mayoral race continues. Will an old foe step in to help Moose step up?
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Nightmare Magazine, February 2015
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from Karen Munro ("The Garden") and Carmen Maria Machado ("Descent"), along with reprints by Halli Villegas ("Fishfly Season") and Brian Evenson ("Cult"). We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors, a showcase on our cover artist, and a feature interview with award-winning author Chuck Palahniuk.
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 82 (March 2017)
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Indrapramit Das ("The Worldless") and Adam-Troy Castro ("Death Every Seventy-Two Minutes"), along with SF reprints by Rachel Swirsky ("The Debt of the Innocent") and Julian Mortimer Smith ("Come-from-Aways"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Marta Randall ("The Stone Lover") and Greg Kurzawa ("Soccer Fields and Frozen Lakes"), and fantasy reprints by Eileen Gunn ("Phantom Pain") and Caitlín R. Kiernan ("La Peau Verte"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns, plus a feature interview with Nnedi Okorafor. For our ebook readers, we also have an ebook-exclusive reprint of Holly Phillips' novella, "Proving the Rule," and a book excerpt from Taiyo Fujii's Orbital Cloud. Our cover this month is by Reiko Murakami, illustrating Indrapramit Das's story, "The Worldless.
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Love and Ruin: Tales of Obsession, Danger, and Heartbreak from The Atavist Magazine
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Extraordinary stories of crime, passion, and adventure from The Atavist magazine, the trailblazing leader in longform narrative writing. Since its inception, The Atavist Magazine has been a pioneer of today's longform journalism renaissance. Now, Love and Ruin brings ten of the magazine's most astonishing stories into print for the first time. These writers have taken reporting to the extremes of nature, turned inward to explore what makes us human, and burrowed deep into archives in search of mysterious figures and events more surprising than anything in contemporary fiction. What unifies these nonfiction masterpieces is the keen eye with which their writers capture the details of human experience, and their knack for hooking us into a story and never letting go. With stories by: James Verini Leslie Jamison Vanessa Veselka Jon Mooallem Cris Beam Brooke Jarvis David Dobbs Adam Higginbotham Evan Ratliff Matthew Shaer
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 84 (May 2017)
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Bruce McAllister ("This Is for You") and Susan Jane Bigelow ("The Heart's Cartography"), along with SF reprints by Tobias S. Buckell ("Ratcatcher") and Seanan McGuire ("Dragonflies"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Adam-Troy Castro ("James, in the Golden Sunlight of the Hereafter") and Kendra Fortmeyer ("Octopus vs. Bear"), plus fantasy reprints by Greg Hrbek ("Paternity") and Amal El-Mohtar ("Weialalalea"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns. We also have an interview with Steven Barnes. Our cover art is by Sam Schechter, and illustrates Adam-Troy Castro's "James, in the Golden Sunlight of the Hereafter." For our ebook readers, we also have a reprint of Rebecca Ore's novella "Hypocaust & Bathysphere" and a book excerpt.
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Black Static #29 Horror Magazine
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Plus our TV reviewer Mike O'Driscoll runs his rule over Dexter and finds the 6th series wanting as compared with its earlier self. Internal hyperlinks have been added in the reviews sections and we would like to know if these are useful or helpful. Please let us know your thoughts. If readers consider them an improvement then we can continue the practice.
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Locus Magazine, Issue #677, June 2017
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #677 (June 2017) features interviews with John Kessel and Cat Sparks, a column by Kameron Hurley, spotlights on Scott H. Andrews and Heather Shaw, lists of forthcoming books through March 2018, and reviews of short fiction and books by Daryl Gregory, Dave Duncan, C.j. Cherryh, Ellen Datlow, Cory Doctorow, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Asimov's May/June 2017 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies April 2017 (Rich Horton) F & SF Jan/Feb 2017 (Gardner Dozois) F & SF Mar/Apr 2017 (Gardner Dozois) Interzone Mar-Apr 2017 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed May 2017 (Rich Horton) Tor.com January 2017 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com February 2017 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com March 2017 (Rich Horton) Tor.com April 2017 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Asher, Neal Infinity Engine (Russell Letson) Cherryh, C.j. Convergence (Russell Letson) Datlow, Ellen, ed. Black Feathers: Dark Avian Tales: An Anthology (John Langan) Doctorow, Cory Walkaway (Bruce Sterling) Duncan, Dave Portal of a Thousand Worlds (Faren Miller) Fracassi, Philip Behold the Void (John Langan) Goodman, Alison The Dark Days Pact (Colleen Mondor) Goss, Theodora The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter (Gary K. Wolfe) Gregory, Daryl Spoonbenders (Faren Miller) Gregory, Daryl Spoonbenders (Gary K. Wolfe) Heuler, Karen In Search of Lost Time (Rich Horton) Lee, Yoon Ha Raven Stratagem (Liz Bourke) Levine, David D. Arabella and the Battle of Venus (Adrienne Martini) MacLeod, Ian R. Red Snow (Paul Kincaid) McGuire, Seanan Down Among the Sticks and Bones (Liz Bourke) Morrow, James The Asylum of Dr. Caligari (Gary K. Wolfe) Murad, Mahvesh, & Jared Shurin, eds. The Djinn Falls in Love and Other Stories (Rich Horton) Murphy, Sara Flannery The Possessions
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Locus Magazine, Issue 603, April 2011
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror fields, with reviews, interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #603, April 2011, contains interviews with Oscar Award-winning artist Shaun Tan and writer-brother team Dani & Eytan Kollin; features on Potlatch, FOGcon, and a Spotlight on editor Sean Wallace; Graham Sleight's "Yesterday's Tomorrows" column, on Fritz Leiber; bibliographic listings of the month's New Books and Magazines published in the US and UK; short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, Paul Witcover, Adrienne Martini, and others, of books by Carol Emshwiller, Daniel Abraham, Frederik Pohl, John Scalzi, Brian Lumley, and more. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Asimov's March 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's April/May 2011 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld January 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Clarkesworld February 2011 (Gardner Dozois) F & SF Mar/Apr 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Fantasy Magazine April 2011 (Rich Horton) GigaNotoSaurus January 2011 (Rich Horton) GigaNotoSaurus February 2011 (Rich Horton) Interzone Jan-Feb 2011 (Gardner Dozois) Interzone Jan-Feb 2011 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed April 2011 (Rich Horton) Strange Horizons April 2011 (Rich Horton) Subterranean Winter 2011 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Aaronovitch, Ben Midnight Riot (Carolyn Cushman) Aaronovitch, Ben Moon Over Soho (Faren Miller) Aaronovitch, Ben Rivers of London (Carolyn Cushman) Abercrombie, Joe The Heroes (Paul Witcover) Abraham, Daniel The Dragon's Path (Faren Miller) Barnes, John Daybreak Zero (Russell Letson) Beagle, Peter S. Sleight of Hand (Gary K. Wolfe) Berg, Carol The Soul Mirror (Carolyn Cushman) Briggs, Patricia River Marked (Carolyn Cushman) Britain, Kristen Blackveil (Carolyn Cushman) Cisco, Michael The Great Lover (Faren Miller) Emshwiller, Carol The Collected Stories of Carol Emshwi
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The Motor-Cycle of the Past - A Collection of Classic Magazine Articles on the History of Motor-Cycle Design
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Carefully selecting the best articles from our collection of classic magazines we have compiled a series of informative publications on the subject of sport. The titles in this range include 'Correct Technique for the Great Sport of Golf,' 'A Traditional Guide to Swimming and Diving,' 'The Great Sport of Rowing,' and many more. Each publication has been professionally curated and includes all details on the original source material. This particular instalment, 'The Motor-Cycle of the Past', contains information on the history of motor-cycle design. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions.
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Locus Magazine, Issue 636, January 2014
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #636, January 2014, contains interviews with Stephen Baxter and Stina Leicht; a new column by Cory Doctorow titled "Cheap Writing Tricks"; spotlights on author and editor Annalee Newitz and artist Galen Dara; a special report on the second International Science Fiction Symposium in Japan by Pat Murphy; and short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, Stefan Dziemianowicz, and others, of new books by Ian McDonald, Joe Haldeman, Brain Staveley, Alastair Reynolds, Ramsey Campbell, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - F & SF Nov/Dec 2013 (Gardner Dozois) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Andreadis, Athena, & Kay T. Holt, eds. The Other Half of the Sky (Gardner Dozois) Andreadis, Athena, & Kay T. Holt, eds. The Other Half of the Sky (Rich Horton) Campbell, Ramsey Holes for Faces (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Campbell, Ramsey The Pretence (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Cass, Stephen, ed. Twelve Tomorrows (Rich Horton) Cheney, J. Kathleen The Golden City (Carolyn Cushman) Datlow, Ellen, ed. Telling Tales: The Clarion West 30th Anniversary Anthology (Gardner Dozois) Durst, Sarah Beth Conjured (Carolyn Cushman) Fernandes, Fabio, & Djibril al-Ayad, eds. We See a Different Frontier: A Postcolonial Speculative Fiction Anthology (Gardner Dozois) Guran, Paula, ed. Once Upon a Time: New Fairy Tales (Faren Miller) Guran, Paula, ed. Once Upon a Time: New Fairy Tales (Rich Horton) Haldeman, Joe Work Done for Hire (Gary K. Wolfe) Haldeman, Joe Work Done for Hire (Russell Letson) Hill, Susan The Small Hand and Dolly (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Jones, Gareth P. Constable & Toop (Carolyn Cushman) Joss, Sharon Brothers of the Fang (Carolyn Cushman) Krohn, Leena Datura,
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 76 (September 2016)
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Sean Williams ("The Lives of Riley") and An Owomoyela ("Unauthorized Access"), along with SF reprints by Charlie Jane Anders ("Power Couple (Or 'Love Never Sleeps')") and Alec Nevala-Lee ("Ernesto"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Maria Dahvana Headley ("See the Unseeable, Know the Unknowable") and Jaymee Goh ("Crocodile Tears"), and fantasy reprints by Tim Pratt ("The Wilderness Within") and Christopher Barzak ("What We Know About the Lost Families of - House"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns. For our ebook readers, we also have a reprint of the novella "Horn," by Peter M. Ball and an excerpt from Nisi Shawl's new novel, Everfair.
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Lightspeed Magazine, May 2013
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Maria Dahvana Headley ("The Traditional") and M. Bennardo ("Water Finds Its Level"), along with SF reprints by Maureen F. McHugh ("Interview: On Any Given Day") and Sean Williams ("The Missing Metatarsals"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Damien Walters Grintalis ("Always, They Whisper") and Dennis Danvers ("Leaving the Dead"), and fantasy reprints by Holly Black ("The Aarne-Thompson Classification Revue") and Richard Parks ("The Man Who Carved Skulls"). For our ebook readers, our ebook-exclusive novella is "The Garden" by Eleanor Arnason, and of course we have our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, along with feature interviews with Gregory Maguire and Karen Russell.
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Adelaide Literary Magazine No.3, Summer 2016
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Adelaide Literary Magazine is an independent international quarterly publication, based in New York and Lisbon. Founded by Stevan V. Nikolic and Adelaide Franco Nikolic in 2015, the magazine's aim is to publish quality poetry, fiction, nonfiction, artwork, and photography, as well as interviews, articles, and book reviews, written in English and Portuguese. We seek to publish outstanding literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and to promote the writers we publish, helping both new, emerging, and established authors reach a wider literary audience. We publish print and digital editions of our magazine four times a year, in September, December, March, and June. Online edition is updated continuously. There are no charges for reading the magazine online. (http://adelaidemagazine.org)A Revista Literária Adelaide é uma publicação trimestral internacional e independente, localizada em Nova Iorque e Lisboa. Fundada por Stevan V. Nikolic e Adelaide Franco Nikolic em 2015, o objectivo da revista é publicar poesia, ficção, não-ficção, arte e fotografia de qualidade assim como entrevistas, artigos e críticas literárias, escritas em inglês e português. Pretendemos publicar ficção, não-ficção e poesia excepcionais assim como promover os escritores que publicamos, ajudando os autores novos e emergentes a atingir uma audiência literária mais vasta. Publicamos edições impressas e digitais da nossa revista quatro vezes por ano: em Setembro, Dezembro, Março e Junho. A edição online é actualizada regularmente. Não há qualquer custo associado à leitura da revista online. (http://adelaidemagazine.org)Published by: Istina Group Dba, New York
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Locus Magazine, Issue 614, March 2012
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #614, March 2012, contains interviews with writers Paul Di Filippo and Sarah Pinborough; "What's Inside the Box," a new column by Cory Doctorow; lists of forthcoming books through December 2012; a report on the Key West Literary Seminar by Cat Sparks; international reports from Brazil and India; short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, and others, of new books by Caitlín R. Kiernan, Melanie Rawn, Walter Jon Williams, Theodora Goss, and more. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Analog April 2012 (Rich Horton) Asimov's January 2012 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's February 2012 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's March 2012 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies January 2012 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld January 2012 (Gardner Dozois) Clarkesworld February 2012 (Rich Horton) F & SF Jan/Feb 2012 (Gardner Dozois) F & SF Mar/Apr 2012 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed January 2012 (Rich Horton) Strange Horizons January 2012 (Rich Horton) Tor.com January 2012 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Applegate, Katherine The One and Only Ivan (Gwenda Bond) Bear, Elizabeth Range of Ghosts (Faren Miller) Brackett, Leigh Shannach - The Last: Farewell to Mars (Russell Letson) Carriger, Gail Timeless (Faren Miller) Ee, Susan Angelfall (Gwenda Bond) Goss, Theodora The Thorn and the Blossom (Gary K. Wolfe) Goss, Theodora The Thorn and the Blossom (Paul Witcover) Hand, Elizabeth Available Dark (Gary K. Wolfe) Kiernan, Caitlín R. The Drowning Girl: A Memoir (Gary K. Wolfe) Newman, Kim Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D'Urbervilles (Tim Pratt) Ore, Rebecca Time and Robbery (Faren Miller) Rawn, Melanie Touchstone (Faren Miller) Strahan, Jonathan, ed. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of
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Edwin E. Smith's Quarterly Magazine Summer 2013
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Edwin E. Smith's Quarterly Magazine is a mix of incisive poetry and Prose with interesting art or photography that's fun to look at. The Summer 2013 issue features poetry by Virginia Slachman, prose by Steven Huff, and art and poetry by Lauren Camp. Don't be scared, buy yours now.
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 107
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo and World Fantasy Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art. Our August 2015 issue (#107) contains: Original Fiction by Martin L. Shoemaker ("Today I am Paul"), J.b. Park ("It Was Educational"), Han Song ("Security Check"), and Emily Devenport ("The Servant"). Reprints by Peter M. Ball ("Dying Young") and Neal Asher ("Softly Spoke the Gabbleduck"). Non-fiction by Mark Cole ("Fans Are Slans": A Study in Campbellian Influence), a group interview on writing for video games, an Another Word column by Emily Devenport, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 95
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art Our August 2014 issue contains: Original Fiction by James Patrick Kelly ("The Rose Witch"), Caroline M. Yoachim ("Five Stages of Grief After the Alien Invasion"), Kat Howard ("The Saint of the Sidewalks"), and Joseph Tomaras ("Bonfires in Anacosta"). Classic stories by Naomi Novik ("Seven Years from Home") and Ian R. MacLeod ("Nevermore"). Non-fiction by Susan E. Connolly (the conclusion of her analysis of gender in short fiction), an interview with Peter Watts, an Another Word column by Daniel Abraham, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
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Various style modern and creative photo frames for your selection. Material: good grade acrylic, fiberboard and metal stand MyTube TV Photo Frame Size: 15cm x 14cm Weight: 300gm   iPad Photo Frame Size: 11cm x 15cm Weight: 300gm   National Geographic Photo Frame Size: 12.5cm x 17.5cm Weight: 350gm   WIRED Magazine Photo Frame Size: 12.5cm x 17.5cm Weight: 350gm   Business Week Magazine Photo Frame Size: 12.5cm x 17.5cm Weight: 350gm   ELLE Magazine Photo Frame Size: 12.5cm x 17.5cm Weight: 350gm   Playboy Magazine Photo Frame Size: 12.5cm x 17.5cm ​Weight: 350gm    
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #16
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine" returns with issue #16, presenting the best in modern and classic mystery fiction! Included this time are the usual column by Dr John H. Watson, plus the following works: The Ironic Story of The Stevenson-Doyle Letters by Gary Lovisi The Contributions of William S. Baring-Gould, by Daniel DiQuinzio A Medieval Mystery, by Peter James Quirk Happy Birthday, Birthday Girl! by Richard A. Lupoff Hangin' with Iron Mike, by Stan Trybulski Inspector Romford's Greatest Cases by John Grant The Last Song, by Dianne Neral Ell Santa and The Shortstop, by Steve Liskow The Case of the Addinton Tragedy, by Jack Grochot Gold-Digger, by Laird Long The Yellow Face, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle "Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine" is produced under license from Conan Doyle Estate Ltd.
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A.N.D. The Onion Magazine
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Covers That Matter For People Who Don't.From America's Finest News Source comes a compilation of the most important, most influential, and glossiest magazine covers ever produced by the hand of humankind. Seen by tens of billions worldwide, these are the unforgettable Onion Magazine covers that altered the course of human history and radically redefined your trivial life anew every weekend. Profound philosophical questions, the thoughts of leading cultural luminaries, harsh truths of existence, remorseless personal attacks - you will encounter full-color graphical representations of all of these within this handsome volume. Whether you are a connoisseur of pretty pictures or are new to looking at images, THE Onion Magazine: THE Iconic Covers That Transformed AN Undeserving World is sure to give you, the feebleminded consumer, far more pleasure than you have any earthly right to experience.
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Locus Magazine
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue # 648, January, 2015, has interviews with Lauren Beukes and Robert Jackson Bennett, a column by Cory Doctorow, spotlights on David Pomerico and Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier, reports from Cheryl Morgan and Tobias S. Buckell, and reviews of short fiction and books by James Morrow, John Twelve Hawks, Elizabeth Bear, Ramsey Campbell, David Mitchell, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Asimov's December 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Beneath Ceaseless Skies October 2014 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld November 2014 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld December 2014 (Rich Horton) F & SF November/December 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet December 2014 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed November 2014 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed December 2014 (Rich Horton) Strange Horizons November 2014 (Rich Horton) The Dissident Blog May 2014 (Rich Horton) Tor.com September 2014 (Rich Horton) Uncanny November/December 2014 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Andrews, Ilona Burn for Me (Carolyn Cushman) Asher, Neal Dark Intelligence (Russell Letson) Bear, Elizabeth Karen Memory (Russell Letson) Boorman, Kate A. Winterkill (Faren Miller) Bova, Ben, & Eric Choi, eds. Carbide Tipped Pens (Rich Horton) Burns, Jim Hyperluminal: The Art of Jim Burns (Karen Haber) Campbell, Hayley The Art of Neil Gaiman (Karen Haber) Campbell, Ramsey Think Yourself Lucky (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Donohue, Keith The Boy Who Drew Monsters (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Ellison, Harlan The Top of the Volcano: The Award-Winning Stories of Harlan Ellison (Gary K. Wolfe) Frommer, Jeremy, & Rick Schwartz, eds. The Mind's Eye: The Art of Omni (Karen Haber) Froud, Brian, & Wendy Froud Brian Froud's Fairies' Tales (Karen Haber) Gaiman, Neil, & P. Craig Russell The Graveyard Book Gra
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D'ARS magazine n° 220
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D'ars Magazine è una collana in formato ePub che dal 2014 offre al pubblico una raccolta di articoli tratti da D'ars - periodico di arti e culture contemporanee in due lingue (italiano e inglese). Diretto da Cristina Trivellin, D'ars propone un approccio sincretico alle arti e alle culture contemporanee, spaziando tra i vari linguaggi in un ideale filo rosso che lega arti visive, filosofia, letteratura, teatro, cinema, musica, fotografia, architettura e studia le intersezioni tra arte, scienze e nuove tecnologie. La casa editrice Undicesima si occupa di pubblicazioni nell'ambito delle culture contemporanee, con particolare attenzione ai formati digitali.
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Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 75 (August 2016)
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Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF-and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales. This month, we have original science fiction by Mercurio D. Rivera ("Those Brighter Stars") and Jeremiah Tolbert ("Taste the Singularity at the Food Truck Circus"), along with SF reprints by Kameron Hurley ("The War of Heroes") and Maureen F. McHugh ("Laika Comes Back Safe"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Adam-Troy Castro ("The Assassin's Secret") and Tristina Wright ("The Siren Son"), and fantasy reprints by duo Kevin J. Anderson and Sherrilyn Kenyon ("Trip Trap") and Delia Sherman ("The Red Piano"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns. For our ebook readers, we also have an ebook-exclusive reprint of the novella "The Bone Swans of Amandale," by C.s.e. Cooney. For our book excerpt this month, we're pleased to feature the introduction to The Big Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, out this month from Vintage Books.
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A Magazine Speciale Coco
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A Magazine is a fashion magazine that explores the universe of fetish. This issue is 160 pages dedicated at the Bomb of Fetish. Coco.
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Nightmare Magazine, Issue 59 (August 2017)
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from James Rabb ("The Devil of Rue Moret") and Nick Mamatas (" The Spook School"), along with reprints by V.h. Leslie ("Senbazuru") and Nalo Hopkinson ("Shift"). We also have Gemma Files bringing us the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors, a showcase on our cover artist, and a fiction review from Terence Taylor.
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Nightmare Magazine, Issue 57 (June 2017)
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we've got original fiction from Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam ("Secret Keeper") and Adam-Troy Castro ("The Narrow Escape of Zipper-Girl"), along with reprints by Micaela Morrissette ("Wendigo") and writing duo Robert Jackson Bennett and David Liss ("Hollow Choices"). Over at "The H Word," we've brought in Lee Thomas to discuss the unique role of Peter Straub's novel Koko in horror literature. We're also pleased to offer the first installment of a new quarterly media and book review column from long-time fiction contributor Adam-Troy Castro. Of course we'll have author spotlights with some of our authors, too!
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Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #6
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Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine's mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro- fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience. Issue #6 includes 9 short stories: "Raven's Dream" - Robert Reed "Jenny is Killing Turtles Again" - Alexander Danner "The House of Ninety-Nine Secrets" - Kurt Hunt "The Adventures of Captain Contempt in Mixed Media Installations" - Ian Creasey "My Brother's Keeper" - Beth Cato "Hand of God" - Erica L. Satifka "Meat" - David Steffen "Fortune's Dance" - Jaymi Mizuno "The Nixie's Rival" - Brynn MacNab In the non-fiction section, this issue features: Interview with Award Winning Author Robert Reed Interview with Author Erica Satifka Interview with Award Winning Editor Ellen Datlow Artist Spotlight: Franklin Chan Book Review: The Grace of Kings (Ken Liu) Book Review: Half The World (Joe Abercrombie) Movie Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick) The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.
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Model Inc LLC Magazine
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This book is a Custom Magazine Limited Edition Exclusive Auto Biography about myself that has already gotten most successful people award from Covington and is an auto bio part into a documentary into my life that I own my own copyrights called True crime and Model Inc. It's basically an inside on the Auto Bio in the modeling industry and a part off the inside of the supermodel industry and y life being offered and my offers and is going to be turning into a custom high end 8 ½ by 11 Fashion Magazine and my experience in the Professional Cheerleading industry getting tryouts into the Nfl/nba and Playboy Vip.
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Sonic Super Special Magazine #10
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Dash along with Sonic on another all-new story featuring the world of the hit Sega iOS game: Sonic Dash! The Sonic Super Special Magazine gives you the world of Sonic the Hedgehog comics as you've never seen it before, with tons of comic stories, special features and exclusive articles on the latest and greatest in the world of everyone's favorite blue hedgehog-hero! This issue also features a special spotlight on Shadow THE Hedgehog, and what place he and Team Dark have in the NEW Sonic comic universe! All this plus all of the extra features you love, and interview with Sonic colorist Steve Downer!
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Mature Ladies Photo Magazine
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Nightmare Magazine, Issue 60 (September 2017)
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from Silvia Moreno-Garcia ("Jade, Blood") and Ashok K. Banker ("No One Prays to the Goddess"), along with reprints by Chesya Burke ("He Who Takes Away the Pain") and John Skipp ("Art is the Devil"). In the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," we have S.p. Miskowski discussing a classic topic in the genre: ghosts. Plus we have author spotlights with our authors and a fresh new review from Adam-Troy Castro.
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Nightmare Magazine, January 2015
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from Kat Howard ("Returned") and Christopher Barzak ("The Trampling"), along with reprints by Norman Partridge ("The Hollow Man") and Lucy Taylor ("Blessed Be the Bound"). Over at "The H Word," the Stoker award-winning writer Lisa Morton explores the state of female protagonists in horror. We also have an interview with legendary filmmaker (and now novelist) David Cronenberg. Plus, of course, we have author spotlights with our authors and a showcase on our cover artist.
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Locus Magazine, Issue #678, July 2017
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #678 (July 2017) features interviews with Cory Doctorow and Sam J. Miller, a column by Cory Doctorow, complete results of this year's Locus Poll, photos from the Nebula Awards Conference and WisCon, and reviews of short fiction and books by Nina Allan, Kit Reed, Mariana Enriquez, Wendy N. Wagner, Tad Williams, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Analog March/April 2017 (Gardner Dozois) Analog May/June 2017 (Rich Horton) Asimov's March/April 2017 (Gardner Dozois) Beneath Ceaseless Skies May 2017 (Rich Horton) F & SF May/June 2017 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed June 2017 (Rich Horton) Tor.com May 2017 (Rich Horton) Uncanny May/June 2017 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Allan, Nina The Rift (Gary K. Wolfe) Arima, Lesley Nneka What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky (Rich Horton) Baker, Mishell Phantom Pains (Carolyn Cushman) Bennis, Robyn The Guns Above (Carolyn Cushman) Brin, David, & Stephen W. Potts, eds. Chasing Shadows: Visions of Our Coming Transparent World (Rich Horton) Burgis, Stephanie The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart (Carolyn Cushman) Butler, D.j. Witchy Eye (Carolyn Cushman) Campbell, Jack Vanguard (Liz Bourke) Chen, Curtis C. Kangaroo Too (Tom Whitmore) Crowley, John Totalitopia (Gary K. Wolfe) Delany, Samuel R, edited by Kenneth R. James In Search of Silence: The Journals of Samuel R. Delany, Volume 1, 1957-1969 (Gary K. Wolfe) Drayden, Nicky The Prey of Gods (Liz Bourke) Enriquez, Mariana Things We Lost in the Fire (John Langan) Huff, Tanya A Peace Divided (Carolyn Cushman) Jones, Stephen, ed. Best New Horror #27 (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Kenyon, Sherrilyn Deadmen Walking (Carolyn Cushman) Kritzer, Naomi Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories (Rich Horton) Maberry, Jonathan Mar
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Backpacker Magazine's Fitness & Nutrition for Hiking
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A new title in FalconGuides' partnership with Backpacker magazine, this book explores the fundamentals of diet and exercise that are necessary to get in shape to tackle a variety of different hiking trails. Including information about fitness routines and nutrition, this book is full of how-to information and fifty color photographs.
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NEMESIS MAGAZINE 3
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One Woman Warrior Against Hitler's Death Machines! In December, 1941, the U.s. was forced into the boiling cauldron of World War II. Willing but still unready for the task at hand, the nation geared up for the greatest military conflict of all time. Within weeks, a new kind of soldier appeared on the scene-Major Victoria Rose Hardwyck (a.k.a. Victory Rose). Her origins were labeled "Top Secret," and they remain classified in government files even to this day. When the first accounts of her heroic battles against Nazi tyranny leaked to an incredulous public, Victory Rose, Nemesis of Axis Tyranny, was thought to be a legend, her figure barely glimpsed in flashes of gunfire. Later, as the true accounts of her exploits were released as a morale builder, America found herself with a new ally and a powerful weapon in the war against the Axis. Later, when Nazi Germany tottered on the verge of collapse, Victory Rose and her unit were given her most challenging assignment: fly to Berlin and steal or destroy the newest and greatest of the German Wonder Weapons. In a last ditch effort to halt the Allied advance, Nazi scientists have created the War Trumpet, a device capable of knocking out electronic devices all along the battlefront and leaving the Allied Army at the mercy of a devastating counterattack. Trapped alone in the besieged German capital of Berlin, Victory Rose fights for her life against SS execution squads, faces the fury of a frenzied mob, and locks horns with Schickelgruber himself, Adolf Hitler, in his bunker deep beneath the city. To survive she must form an uneasy alliance with Russian commandoes led by her old flame, Alexei Kruszynski. But the game becomes more complicated when Victory Rose discovers that to accomplish her mission, she will not only have to recover the secrets of Nazi technology for the Allies, but keep it out of the hands of the Communists as well. For gripping World War II action, read "The Fuhrer's Final Trumpet," a pivotal episode in t
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Business Magazine
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Everybody wants to be their own boss. For that to happen, you need to do some research and enough capital. The same rules apply for anyone who wants to start their own magazine Publishing. The success of your magazine publication will depend greatly on the content. If you are doing something similar to what Cosmopolitan or Vogue is doing, chances are you won't even make a dent in the market because you don't have anything new to offer. In order to sell your magazine off the stands, you must feature something different.
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Locus Magazine, Issue 640, May 2014
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #640, May 2014, contains interviews with authors Kathleen Ann Goonan and George Saunders; lots of publishing news, a new column by Cory Doctorow, an obituary and appreciations of Lucius Shepard; short fiction reviews by Rich Horton and Gardner Dozois, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, Stefan Dziemianowicz, and Carolyn Cushman, of new books by Jo Walton, Jeff VanderMeer, Robert Reed, Steve Rasnic Tem, Shaun Tan, and many others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Asimov's April/May 2014 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies March 2014 (Rich Horton) Child of Words March 2014 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld March 2014 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld April 2014 (Rich Horton) F & SF Mar/Apr 2014 (Gardner Dozois) On Spec Winter 2013/2014 (Rich Horton) Subterranean Spring 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Bourbon, Melissa A Killing Notion (Carolyn Cushman) Briggs, Patricia Night Broken (Carolyn Cushman) Brom The Art of Brom (Karen Haber) Brundage, Margaret, edited by Stephen D. Korshak & -3- The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage (Karen Haber) Cutter, Nick The Troop (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Fletcher, Charlie The Oversight (Faren Miller) Friedman, C.s. Dreamwalker (Carolyn Cushman) Gregory, Daryl Afterparty (Gary K. Wolfe) Jones, Stephen, ed. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: 24 (Stefan Dziemianowicz) King, Stephen Mr. Mercedes (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Lackey, Mercedes Blood Red (Carolyn Cushman) Lindskold, Jane Artemis Awakening (Carolyn Cushman) Marcus, Leonard S, ed. Maurice Sendak: A Celebration of the Artist and His Work (Karen Haber) Okorafor, Nnedi Lagoon (Gary K. Wolfe) Pratchett, Terry Raising Steam (Carolyn Cushman) Pratchett, Terry Raising Steam (Carolyn Cushman) Rawn, Melanie
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Nightmare Magazine, Issue 45 (June 2016)
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. This month, we have original fiction from David Tallerman ("Great Black Wave") and Marc Laidlaw ("The Finest, Fullest Flowering"), along with reprints by Lucy Taylor ("Things Of Which We Do Not Speak") and Rena Mason ("Ruminations"). We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors and a feature interview with legendary author Joyce Carol Oates.
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Locus Magazine, Issue #646, November 2014
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue # 646, November, 2014, features interviews with authors Hannu Rajaniemi and Linda Nagata, a new column by Cory Doctorow, a special R.a. Lafferty Centennial feature, a spotlight on Joe Monti, and reviews of short fiction and books by Lavie Tidhar, Ann Leckie, Stephen King, Gregory Maguire, and others. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Analog November 2014 (Rich Horton) Asimov's October/November 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's October/November 2014 (Rich Horton) Beneath Ceaseless Skies September 2014 (Rich Horton) F & SF September/October 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Fantasy Magazine October 2014 (Rich Horton) Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet September 2014 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed October 2014 (Rich Horton) Strange Horizons September 2014 (Rich Horton) Subterranean Summer 2014 (Gardner Dozois) Tor.com September 2014 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Andrews, Ilona Magic Breaks (Carolyn Cushman) Bear, Greg War Dogs (Russell Letson) Bernheimer, Kate How a Mother Weaned Her Girl from Fairy Tales (Faren Miller) Black, Holly, & Cassandra Clare The Iron Trial (Carolyn Cushman) Clute, John Stay (Gary K. Wolfe) Conway, Nicole Avian (Carolyn Cushman) Cooney, C.s.e. The Witch in the Almond Tree (Rich Horton) Datlow, Ellen, ed. Fearful Symmetries (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Huff, Tanya The Future Falls (Carolyn Cushman) Hurley, Kameron The Mirror Empire (Gary K. Wolfe) Jacka, Benedict Hidden (Carolyn Cushman) Joshi, S. T, ed. H.p. Lovecraft's Collected Fiction: A Variorum Edition (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Joshi, S. T, ed. Searchers After Horror: New Tales of the Weird and Fantastic (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Kincaid, Paul Call and Response (Gary K. Wolfe) King, Stephen Revival (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Klinger, Leslie S, ed. Th
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 81
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month they bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art. Our June issue contains: Original Fiction by E. Lily Yu ("The Urashima Effect"), Jacob Clifton ("This is Why We Jump") and Graham Templeton ("Free-Fall"). Classic stories by Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear ("Mongoose") and Paul J. McAuley ("Dead Men Walking"). Non-fiction by Jason Heller (Beyond the Tracks: The Locomotive in Science Fiction Literature), an interview with Susan Palwick, an Another Word column by Daniel Abraham, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
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Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine
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From 1945 to 1950, during the formative years of his career, Stanley Kubrick worked as a photojournalist for Look magazine. Offering a comprehensive examination of the work he produced during this period, Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine sheds new light on the aesthetic and ideological factors that shaped his artistic voice. Tracing the links between his photojournalism and films, Philippe Mather shows how working at Look fostered Kubrick's emerging talent for combining images and words to tell a story. Mather then demonstrates how exploring these links enhances our understanding of Kubrick's approach to narrative structure - as well as his distinctive combinations of such genres as fiction and documentary, and fantasy and realism.
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The True Magic Magazine addon #2
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In the addon I will present you short description of new theory of physics - "Uniform Coherent Physics" created by Russian researcher Rinat Shaimuratov. The theory gives easy explanation of strange effects of work of kacher and understanding how our thoughts can influence on a matter. And also I will give you manual how to make one more interesting generator on the basis of the theory. The device is called "Rotator". In difference from kacher it is safely (designing devices with thousands of volts inside you can easily be killed or kill relatives, including generating radio interferences).The effects will be quite bright and though not the entire range of effects will be covered there will be much more interesting than from all sorts of Mobius Coils (in Succor Punch and other orgonite devices). I'm talking about a direct impact on the body.
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The Best of Frankie Tease Magazine Vol. 1
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The Best of Frankie Tease Magazine is a compilation of Frankie's most popular current articles from FrankieTease.com, with exclusive never published articles added for this ebook only. Each volume covers a six-month period of her hottest stories in Comedy, Music, Burlesque, and local culture, from the International city of Fabulous Las Vegas, including: Interviews, reviews, how to's, and previews, as well as special features and columns. Volume 1 includes: Director Mark Mori Bettie Page Reveals All Film Dita Von Teese Strip Strip Hooray! Jonathon Joffee Burlesque Assassins The Big Six Dirty Martini Viva Las Vegas 15 Imogen Kelly The Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend Si Cranstoun Moonlight Howlers Melody Sweets Absinthe Michelle L'Amour Renea LeRoux Armitage Shanks and more about culture, comedy, burlesque and music from Fabulous Las Vegas.
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Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 90
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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art. Our March 2014 issue contains: Original Fiction by Seth Dickinson ("Morrigan in the Sunglare"), Thoraiya Dyer ("Human Strandings and the Role of the Xenobiologist") and Juliette Wade ("Suteta Mono de wa Nai"). Classic stories by Mary Rosenblum ("The Egg Man") and Ursula K. Le Guin ("Mountain Ways"). Non-fiction by Mark Cole ("A Sympathy of Light and Shadow: Science Fiction, Gothic Horror and How They Met"), an interview with James Cambias, an Another Word column by Jason Heller, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
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Mama Mia: A Memoir of Mistakes, Magazines and Motherhood
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Mia Freedman - her life without the air-brushing 'this is a book about Mia the person. It's not often we get to see our idols in this light' Sydney Morning Herald Mia Freedman was always in a hurry to kick her big life goals. And when she became editor of Cosmopolitan at 24 and had a baby a few months later, she thought she was right on track. But when things unexpectedly fell apart, she was forced to face a few uncomfortable truths about who she was and what she wanted to do with her life. Over the next decade, she would experience some dazzling career highs and some devastating personal lows. She would leave the glamorous world of magazines for a high-profile new job that exploded in her face. She would lose all her confidence and then - eventually - find it again in an unexpected place. She would make mistakes at work and at home, and she would learn some surprising lessons about what made her happy. As a writer, magazine editor, popular blogger and media personality, Mia has been called the voice of her generation. Mama Mia is her story so far.
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #20
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #20 features the best in contemporary and classic mystery fiction, with a great linup of crimes and columns. This is a special All Sherlock Holmes Fiction issue! Here are: Features: From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M.d. Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson Non Fiction: Screen of the Crime, by Kim Newman Sherlock Holmes for Crown and Country, by Dan Andriacco Fiction: The Case of the Burnt Song, by Martin Rosenstock Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, by Deduction, The Brig Bazaar, In the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Singular Affair at Sissinghurst Castle, by David Marcum The Case of the Swindled Candidate, by Jack Grochot The Late Constable Avery, by G C Rosenquist The Strange Case of the Wrinkled Yeti of The Club Foot and his Abominable Life, by Gary Lovisi The Wrong Doctor, by Rafe McGregor The Case of the Missing Archaeologist, by Carla Coupe Classic Reprint: The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ART & Cartoons: Ivan Murgia (Front Cover) Cartoon by Marc Bilgrey
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Locus Magazine, Issue 620, September 2012
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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #620, September 2012, contains interviews with John Scalzi, Nancy Pearl, and Richard Kadrey; a new column by Cory Doctorow titled "Why Science Fiction Movies Drive Me Nuts"; appreciations for the late Harry Harrison by Brian Aldiss, Robert Silverberg, Joe Haldeman, and others; short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, and others, of new books by Jeffrey Ford, N.k. Jemisin, Cory Doctorow & Charles Stross, Brian Evenson, Jim C. Hines, and more. Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) - Analog October 2012 (Rich Horton) Arc 2012 (Gardner Dozois) Asimov's August 2012 (Rich Horton) Clarkesworld July 2012 (Rich Horton) F & SF July/August 2012 (Gardner Dozois) F & SF July/August 2012 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed July 2012 (Rich Horton) Lightspeed August 2012 (Rich Horton) On Spec Spring 2012 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) - Andrews, Ilona Gunmetal Magic (Carolyn Cushman) Ashford, Barbara Spellcrossed (Carolyn Cushman) Bradbury, Ray The Nefertiti-Tut Express (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Doctorow, Cory, & Charles Stross The Rapture of the Nerds (Russell Letson) Evenson, Brian Windeye (Stefan Dziemianowicz) Ford, Jeffrey Crackpot Palace (Gary K. Wolfe) Hartwell, David G, & Jacob Weisman, eds. The Sword & Sorcery Anthology (Gardner Dozois) Held, Rhiannon Silver (Carolyn Cushman) Hines, Jim C. Libriomancer (Carolyn Cushman) Jemisin, N.k. The Killing Moon (Faren Miller) Jemisin, N.k. The Shadowed Sun (Faren Miller) Joyce, Graham Some Kind of Fairy Tale (Faren Miller) Kelly, James Patrick, & John Kessel, eds. Digital Rapture: The Singularity Anthology (Gardner Dozois) Kelly, James Patrick, & John Kessel, eds. Digital Rapture: The Singularity Anthology (Karen Burn
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Magazine è il primo giornale al mondo ad essere venduto in esclusiva su Amazon e i suoi autori, in questo numero, si sono occupati di politica, cultura e attualità. Magazine si distingue per l'accuratezza dei contenuti e per la sua eleganza grafica. Le firme ospitate sono tantissime e tra le più autorevoli del panorama giornalistico italiano. Sommario Parliamo dell'italiano di Stefano Poma I soldi dei partiti di Elio Veltri L'euroscettico di Anthony Muroni Confessioni di un magnate del petrolio di Germano Milite La slealtà dei politici di Andrea Leccese A ciascuno il proprio mestiere di Antonio Severino L'intellettuale moderno di Stefano Cazzaro Critica al fondamentalismo di Lucio Favio Pesoli Vita gioconda di Padre Pio di Matteo Di Grazia Gli italiani in Giappone di Antonio Manca La cacarella di Leopardi di Stefano Poma John Locke e l'Inghilterra rivoluzionaria di Andrea Puddu Il genocidio del Ruanda di Gregory Marinucci Giulio Cesare la regina di Bitinia di Veronica Iorio Analfabeti digitali di Laura Fois Gli anarchici di Massimo Guerriero L'invenzione della macchina da scrivere di Mariele Gioia Papa Il mondo islamico condanna l'ISIS di Valerio di Fonzo Il mito della caverna di Mariagiovanna Fanelli Dieci tipi di uomini secondo la letteratura di Alessandra Busanel Carta, penna, calamaio o e-book! di Deborah Caruso Kierkegaard e la psicologia dei bulli e dei troll di Federica Russo
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Lightspeed Magazine, September 2011
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In our first story this month, Liz Coleman's "Join," a man who has always felt alienated returns home to visit his family on Earth, and brings with him part of his new family-a newborn, parasitic alien. Most of the universe is the regions between galaxies, yet no stories are ever set in that vast emptiness. In "Bubbles" by David Brin, we get to know Serena, a lonely entity traveling the space between galaxies. D. Thomas Minton's "Thief of Futures" follows Eshram Kingston through a future Kuala Lumpur, where he is hired for the dirty business of stealing the future of a child. In Ursula K. Le Guin's story, "The Island of the Immortals," a traveler takes a vacation to an island where immortality might have been achieved. And it is-but at what price?
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Magazines 

Entertainment in a book 

When it comes to reading, some may prefer books that either contains a very meaningful biography or a legendary epic such as the great Lord of the Rings; but there are others who prefer something much lighter and easier to consume. This type of light reading comes in the form of magazines. 

Magazines are simply smaller publications that are released periodically, either weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or annually. Magazines usually also target a specific audience or field in which the enthusiasts or readers can opt for instead of scouring many other media forms for their source of information. News about these specific fields and interests are also covered by the magazines.  

Unlike a novel and similarly to a newspaper, a magazine usually contains an assorted number of articles and photographs that are contributed and done by more than a single author. Also, similarly to written novels and unlike newspapers, most magazine costs are also covered by a purchasing price instead of mostly advertising like newspapers – although there are magazines whose costs are covered by advertising instead. 

Sport Magazines 

Sport magazines cover all sorts of news and information regarding the world of sport. Aside from the sport magazines which cover a wide range of different sports, there are also those that target and cover a more specific sport such as a magazine that is entirely catered towards football enthusiasts and fans or for the basketball enthusiasts. 

Science and Education Magazines 

These education magazines cover the more factual information in the education or science fields. Information such as the latest discoveries and research or studies are published through these magazines, keeping people who are in the field up to date and also allowing for the interested ones to understand more. 

Hobby Magazines 

There are various magazines that cater to the many different fields of hobbies. There are magazines out there that are catered towards the model kit communities, the action figure communities, and even those who are into sewing. The many different magazine types are endless and regardless of whatever hobby a person may be in, chances are there is a magazine for them.  

Women's Lifestyle 

Magazines that mainly touch on the many aspects of a women's life, covering a wide variety of topics from health and fitness to topics such as women in sporting or business trends. The topics covered and articles present in Women's Lifestyle magazines are on a general scale.  

Tabloid-styled Magazines 

Probably the most iconic style of magazines are the tabloid style magazines which cover many sensational stories and the juiciest of gossips around. The stories and gossip stories in these type of magazines namely revolve around prominent figures such as artists, actors, and even political figures! 

Many of these magazines contain many different types of articles. Although they are mainly news-like articles, infographics and how-to's are usually included as well, to provide a variety. Some magazines also come with freebies, most e specially hobby magazines that may come with a kit or a model of sorts. 

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