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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.

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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 Seaso
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ebook, 352 pages
Published February 2nd 2019 by Metaphorosis Magazine
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Craig Pearson
Feb 17, 2019 rated it it was ok
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In any short story anthology the reader will get a wide variety of styles and readablity. This book is no different. The editor include short biographies of the authors along with their background of how the story came about. Many of these stories were hard to follow and I honestly skipped over a portion of them. Others were fun to read, especially if you like stories of centaurs.
Paul
Feb 06, 2019 rated it liked it
Pretty good set of stories. I'm brand new to the mag, and may check out some future stories. These stories were varied in style, topic, setting, etc., and inconsistent in quality (like most collections) but generally solid. They're all about the same length, and are medium in length for short stories. Most of the authors appear to be fairly new authors, and that is on display here. But, they have solid starts and potential, and this anthology is probably better than average overall.

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Nat
Jul 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
Like most anthologies there are certain stories that great, some good and and the smallest percent are meh to meh. I would definitely recommend this magazine to any science fiction fan.
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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 fant ...more

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