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Leading Edge, Issue 68

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Prince James of Handrell isn't your typical Prince Charming, Destiny lives on a broken planet, and Cassius Pryce can't believe the truth behind interplanetary travel. From Mars to magic, from space to binary poetry, from steampunk blimps to wielding the elements, Issue 68 has a little bit of science fiction and fantasy written by emerging authors for longtime and new reade ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published March 30th 2016 by Leading Edge Magazine
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Apr 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
Now obviously I'm a little biased here, since my own story Charming is included (and most gorgeously illustrated by Katie Wald (Kinsara) - no seriously, I'm in epic love with her picture of Hannah and James on their way to the Black Forest), but as I always do in anthologies my work is included in, I read the whole thing, mentally remove my story and review the rest of the book as impartially as I can.

I may have teared up a tiny bit when I saw this issue was dedicated to Alan Rickman.

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