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Hexagon SF Magazine, Issue 1

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Hexagon Speculative Fiction Magazine, Issue 1/Summer 2020
Editor JW Stebner

Contents:
M. C. Tuggle - Mirrors
Nicholas C. Smith - Cold Storage
John Grey - Advance Scout
Michael M. Jones - The Midnight Bride and Her Starshine Love
Evan Marcroft - Samson Opens His Eye

Cover by Olivia Anderson
ebook, 28 pages
Published June 1st 2020 by Hexagon Speculative Fiction Magazine
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Randall
Aug 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
This was a great first issue to a magazine, I enjoyed reading it and I feel it is worth the time. I look forward to future issues.

It is composed of 5 pieces; 2 flash fiction (under 1500 words), 2 short stories (1500-7500 words), and one poem. I'll go through them in order here and then summarize my thoughts on the entire issue, I'll try to keep it spoiler free, although there might be hints at the stories

Mirrors - M.C. Tuggle (Flash Fiction)
I felt this was the weakest piece in the set, it didn'
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Didi Oviatt
Jul 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
One of the contributors of the summer edition reached out and asked if I’d like to look over their article. I’m so glad that he did too, because it was amazing!! In this 1st edition there are five quick science fiction reads by authors Mike Tuggle, Evan Marcroft, John Grey, Michael M. Jones, and Nicholas C. Smith. I’ve read work by Mike Tuggle before and really enjoyed his style, so I knew going in that this edition had potential. I wasn’t disappointed either.. Actually quite the opposite! These ...more
Sherrey
Aug 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
As a writer and reader of mostly nonfiction, reading and reviewing the first issue of Hexagon SF Magazine (ebook) was quite a step outside my usual genre box.

Hexagon's first issue was alluring in that those responsible used a tempting graphic on the cover. They also included a writer with whom I'm familiar, M.C. Tuggle. Other writers include Evan Marcroft, John Grey, Michael M. Jones, and Nicholas C. Smith. I've read work by Tuggle previously, but I've not read anything by the other authors.

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