Chilling horror fiction – perhaps the biblical references moves it into the fantasy genre and justify its inclusion in an SFF magazine?
Salutary tale about the a potential future where copyright is king, and where, rather than issuing takedown notices for videos on YouTube, copyright owners are able to take our very memories..
Altabef and Campion the pick of the issue for me.
A long, dark night is spent on an alien planet, as three humans stumble onto a Yu Stigmergic Colony, a strange lifeform that, if it senses them, will react instantly and consume them.
Wornom receives The First All-Best SF Annual Homage du Fromage Golden Trowel, for laying it on so very, very thick.
An SF story that failed to engage, on two counts your honour : firstly, it’s mostly dialogue, secondly the protagonist keeps way too much close to his chest.
Excellent dark fantasy tale of love. It’s a well-wrought, poetic story, with a feeling of an old English folk song.
Striking nudie cover and stories by Ian Wild, James Carney, Steve Billings, Alexandra Fleetwood, Dave Siddall and Eric M. Witchey.
Much more than a story about a woman who finds an android head’….
A gently humorous story of an alien who finds a role for himself on Earth, in a lingerie shop.