Tag Archives | Sheila Finch

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2007

Matthew Hughes. Sweet Trap. Further adventures of Hengis Hapthorne, in a story previously in the limited edition of the first novel in which he appeared. Those of you who enjoy the Hapthorne tales will doubtless be looking forward to a further novel, The Spiral Labyrinth, which is due out shortly. Charles Coleman Finlay. An Eye […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2004

Nancy Etchemendy. Nimitseahpah. A tale of strange doings in the desert a century ago (cue tumbleweed rolling across empty prairie). The old Pahpocket Mine has claimed many a life in years gone by, but the entrance to the mine is now guarded by rock with magical charms, and this sentinel has prevented the mine claiming […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 2003

Laird Barron. Old Virginia. Deep in the American countryside an ageing intelligence officer, Garland, is leading a small team which is looking after some scientific experimentation in a ramshackle cabin. Things begin to go wrong. The other side appear to have found them, and the question is whether they should abort the mission. Things get […]