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GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator (magazine) Issue 2

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Issue 2 celebrates Heaven, Earth, and Space in-between; it is touched by religion, grounded in technology and comfortable with the occult.

There is a language-stretching piece triggered by the Talmud from the legendary Hugh Fox, poems by haiku heavy-hitter Jim Kacian, the surprisingly touching 'By Zombies; Eaten' from Christopher William Buecheler, and an alien perspective
Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published November 6th 2008 by GUD Publishing (first published December 16th 2007)
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Dec 28, 2007 Julia rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: most anyone
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Some gems (fiction by Blaikie, Fox, Gebbie, Connolly, poetry by Snyder), some not so great; probably the most up and down for me of the GUDs we've had. But as with all the GUDs, eclectic enough that I think it's worth anyone's while...
Jun 25, 2008 Christopher rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: fans of Science Fiction, Fantasy, or other genre writing
Well, I wrote one of the stories in this issue, so I am perhaps mildly biased, but I found GUD Issue #2 to be a compelling read. I particularly liked "Painlessness," but found most of the stories to be pretty strong overall. GUD is a really nice combination of sci-fi, fantasy, and mainstream writing. I've been pleased with the first three issues.
Feb 02, 2009 Liviu rated it it was amazing
I have read parts of all 4 GUD magazines released so far and they are very innovative, high quality sff mixed with art and poetry

GUD 2 is the first issue I finished and there were several stories that stood out for me:

Four Torments and a Judgement by E. Williams - mid-level demon in charge of delivering the title items to a priest dabbling in molestation and other less than godly stuff

Painlessness - K. McDermott - very weird story about two women, Faith goth-scene refugee and Mara her "taking-
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Sal lives on a lake between the mountains and seacoast of New Hampshire where he's a writer, a father, a teacher, a corporate drone and always—a poet. He's an editor at GUD Magazine and instigated Issue 2. His published works have appeared in NFG, The Writer's Journal, The Pedestal and The Wild City Times among others. Sal appreciates poetry that shows something interesting in an original way with ...more
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