Beautifully written speculative fiction from Metaphorosis magazine.
The best science fiction and fantasy stories from Metaphorosis magazine's third year. Gods, ghosts, and dinosaurs who are definitely not dragons.
The Bagel Shop Owner's Nephew — J. Tynan Burke Hishi — David A. Gray Just a Fire — A. Martine Koehl's Quality Impressions — Tim McDaniel The Foaling Season — Samuel Chapman The Little G-d of Łódź — Evan Marcroft Of Hair and Beanstalks — William Condon Familiar in Her Angles — E.A. Brenner Cheminagium — David Gallay The Stars Don't Lie — R.W.W. Greene The Dream Diary of Monk Anchin — Felicity Drake Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost — Douglas Anstruther Velaya, the Dreaming City — Beston Barnett
B. Morris Allen is a biochemist turned activist turned lawyer turned foreign aid consultant, and frequently wonders whether it's time for a new career. He's been traveling since birth, and has lived on five continents. When he can, he makes his home on the Oregon coast. In between journeys, he edits Metaphorosis magazine, and works on his own speculative stories of love and disaster. His dark fantasy novel Susurrus came out in 2017.