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Mothership Zeta: Issue 5

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The fifth ezine from the popular podcast production company, Escape Artists, Mothership Zeta offers speculative fiction that has a focus on fun.

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Fiction: Noteworthy Customer Service Interactions, Example 12: Mendoza and Squeakybuns, by Laura Pearlman
Fiction: Rescue, by Sarah Gailey
Nonfiction: Game Review: Have You Met My New Birdie? He’s a La
Kindle Edition, 111 pages
Published November 3rd 2016 by Escape Artists, Inc.
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Hisham El-far
Dec 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Issue 5 of Mothership Zeta is another strong issue as this great quarterly magazine enters its second year. This issue again has brilliant cover art - this time by Elizabeth Leggett.

If you've read a previous issue of Mothership Zeta, you know what to expect. Otherwise, If you're new to the zine - you can look forward to a mix of short fiction, articles and essays from a diverse host of voices. In this issue, my favourite entries were;

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Alex Acks (formerly known as Rachael Acks) is a writer, geologist, and sharp-dressed sir. Their debut biker gang space witch novel, Hunger Makes the Wolf, was published by Angry Robot Books under the pen name Alex Wells. They’ve had short fiction in Strange Horizons, Crossed Genres, Daily Science Fiction, Lightspeed, and more, and write movie reviews for Strange Horizons and Mothership Zeta. They’ ...more
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