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Murder of Crows
by Jeremy Szal

IDIOT
by Jason Butterfield

Human Shapes
by Sean Mulroy

Famine
by Kevin J. Phyland

Hatracks & Junkyards
by Tom Grayhorse

The Bay It Buzz
by Harris Tobias

The Severed Finger
by Grant Terry

Good Intentions
By David Scholes

How Fluffy Ruined My Reputation
Wes Parish

Outer Edges
Pavelle Wesser

Newsflashes...

  • Fablecroft Publishes Focus 2013

    75-focus-2013-covFocus 2013: highlights of Australian short fiction hit the virtual shelves on October 1, 2014. The second of an annual series, Focus 2013 collects an elite selection of work which has received acclaim via national and international Awards shortlisting.

    Focus 2013: highlights of Australian short fiction features work by...

    D.K. Mok – "Morning Star"

    Juliet Marillier – "By Bone-Light"

    Joanne Anderton – "Mah Song"

    Thoraiya Dyer – "Seven Days in Paris"

    Tansy Rayner Roberts – "Cold White Daughter"

    C.S. McMullen – "The Nest"

    Cat Sparks – "Scarp"

    Kaaron Warren – "Air, Water and the Grove"

    Kirstyn McDermott – "The Home for Broken Dolls"

    Kathleen Jennings – Illustrations and cover art

     
  • European Utopiales Prize Winners

    utopialesFinalists for the 2014 European Utopiales Prize have been announced.

     

    Juste à temps, Philippe Curval (La Volte)

    7 secondes pour devenir un aigle, Thomas Day (Le Bélial)

    Sumerki, Dmitry Glukhovsky (L'Atalante)

    L'Opéra de Shaya, Sylvie Lainé, (Actusf) La longue terre, Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter (L'Atalante)

     

    See more at: Locusmag.com

     

October 2014

Speculative Fiction
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ISSN 1442-0686

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Alnitak October 4
A First For Klinko The Klown - by Tony Owens
Streetlight Genies - by Nick Hoins
The Reluctant Knight - by Mark English
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Flashback: Empire's End - by Jason Fischer

 

Alnair October 11
Teacher's Pet - by Arthur M Doweyko
The Uses of Lemmings - by Wes Parish
Flashviews - Nuke
Flashback: Colin - by Rob Bleckly

 

Alioth October 18
Heartbeat - by Rebeccca Fraser
Shijo's Face - by Tom Grayhorse
Time & Time Again - by Ed Errington
Flashviews - Nuke
Flashback: Fluebot - by Tony Plank

 

Suhail October 25
Ants - by Shaun Saunders
Flashviews - Nuke
Flashback: The Rats - by Brendan Carson

 

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