Jimmie and Morrie of Paranormal Services return to the pages of F&SF.
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Raffalon the Thief returns to the pages of F&SF.
Further adventures of Raffalon the thief.
Further adventures of the wizard Raffalon.
An afterlife that features berobed angels, and devils in skintight red outfits with little horns, comes as a surprise to the protagonist, the more so when he finds himself finding himself in the queue for a red outfit.
Matthew Hughes’ Luff Imbry makes a return to the pages of F&SF after some years’ absence.
Brodie is disturbed about the voices in his head, and we follow, with wry humour, his progression through the hands of a variety of specialists.
Chris Beckett. Piccadilly Circus. The eighteenth story of Beckett’s in Interzone, and one of the best that I have read. A near-future London is the setting, and for Clarissa Fell it is decaying, dark and lifeless. However, for the rest of the population, now uploaded into an Urban Consensual Field, the virtual London which they […]