Category Archives: Anthology


“Storm Damage” – by John A. A. Logan

An anthology of ten fables which cover ground from the fictitious Scottish space program to the adventures of an orange pig in the company of wolves, Storm DamageĀ seems to hint at questions which it asks the reader to elaborate on … Continue reading

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“Martyrs & Monsters” – by Robert Dunbar

In various shades of dark and darker, Robert Dunbar presents a collection of short and often disturbing little tales. I had been interested in sampling the work of this author for some time, his name often associated with a sub-genre … Continue reading

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“Dead Men Don’t Cry” – by Nancy Fulda

From a high-speed space flight to deliver French pastries to the moon to a nomadic tribe struggling across a harsh world pursued by a sun with no mercy, Dead Men Don’t Cry demonstrates that in the science fiction genre there … Continue reading

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