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GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator, Issue 0
Issue 0 leads with Debbie Moorhouse's Sundown, a near-future science fiction reflection on death and life. It follows through with a solid variety of works from semi-gritty fantasy; far-future time travel; modern sci-fi humor; historical paranormal; mainstream literary; a fable; poetry that doesn't rhyme but has a rhythm (involving coffee, mayhem, love, death, and televisi ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published 2007 by GUD Publishing
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eclectic and pretty good, all in all. and I copy-edited it. sort of. my particular favorites: stories from flye, narayan, stoddard, anders, shaw, mantooth; poetry from kenneth ryan. i shouldn't say what i disrecommend, since my feelings may be influenced by the editing experience... :)
The first issue of GUD starts with a superb cover and some excellent stories, though the last half while still good has only very short stories that are fun but not that memorable.
Sundown by D. Moorhouse - investigator Jack tries to find a missing boy and help his wounded partner Chris in a nightmarish future setting
Painsharing by J. Walters - Humanity's descendants want to express their love for their ancestors
Songs of the Dead by S. Singleton and C. Butler - Victoriana with mad doc ...more
Kaolin Fire is a conglomeration of ideas, side projects, and experiments. He loves to program in c, php, jsp; talk in the third person; write fiction; and teach. He supports himself by way of his partnership in a web development firm, and dabbles in doing the odd e-book cover for Renaissance eBooks, and teaching at a community college. Kaolin is especially interested in trends of technology, ritua ...more
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