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Timeworn Literary Journal: Issue One

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Timeworn is a literary journal based in Buffalo, NY focused on Historical Fiction. This debut issue features six enchanting stories from various time periods and settings that seamlessly merge speculative and historical detail. From Victorian Kolkata to the Western Front of WWI, Issue One of Timeworn Literary Journal will take armchair adventurers on a surprising and ...more
Kindle Edition, 73 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by Timeworn Literary Journal
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Hauke
Oct 05, 2019 added it
A collection of stories full of really really excellent concepts and magic. In one or two the execution of the concepts doesn't grab me as much as I wish it would—the pacing's a little off or the prose just doesn't do it for me. But overall I had a very good time.
Mari
Dec 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Favourites included:
'Battlefield' which brought the horrors of WW1 to vivid life, in a way I didn't see coming; and
'Slip Stitch' with its gorgeous prose and compelling relationships between mother/daughter and servant/daughter
Michael D. Kanner
Dec 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really hope that this journal finds an audience because it is a unique blend of two genres- historical fiction and magical realism.

Usually, a collection of stories has a few 'clunkers' but in this case, the editors did a great job in selecting a good mix of topics and periods and all were tightly written with believable characters and situations.

I will be looking forward to future editions.
Jason McCuiston
Oct 10, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
As a contributor, I'll not give this publication a rating. I will say that the editors have done an amazing job of providing wonder and grandeur in just a handful of stories that bridge the gap between historical fiction and speculative fiction. Romance, intrigue, action, and even horror can all be found in the pages of this slim volume.
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