AntipodeanSF Issue 200
Artwork by Reimund Bertrams
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Mark Webb's midlife crisis came in the form of attempting to write speculative fiction at a very slow pace. His wife maintains this is a good outcome considering the more expensive and cliched alternatives. Evidence of Mark's attempts to procrastinate in his writing, including general musings and reviews of books he has been reading, can be found at www.markwebb.name. His fiction has appeared in AntipodeanSF, the Beam Me Up podcast, Robot and Raygun and Electric Spec.

Mark has published a short (free!) collection of his AntipodeanSF stories (with the exception of the 200th issue story Authentic Empathy of course), called A Flash in the Pan?, through Smashwords at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/253852.


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February 2015


Speculative Fiction
ISSN 1442-0686

Online Since Feb 1998
17th Anniversary Issue

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